Masked English Defence League supporters flood Woolwich: Far-Right clash with police near scene of killing Ritzau skriver Højreekstreme amok efter drab på soldat. Som man ser på video, går de fredeligt og frivilligt derfra
Michael Adebolajo tilhørte forbudte Al Muhajiroun
Former leader of banned group confirmed that he had known the man who was seen on video in the immediate aftermath of horrific killing. Both he and the other suspect in the Woolwich murder are thought to have converted to a radical form of Islam. They are not thought to have links to terror groups based in Nigeria, such as the jihadist organisation Boko Haram, however. Adebolajo was reportedly known to Al Muhajiroun, the banned Islamist organisation, and went by the name of Mujahid.
Anjem Choudary, the former leader of the group, confirmed he had known him, The Independent reported. He claimed he had converted to Islam in 2003 and had stopped attending meetings of Al Muhajiroun and its spin-off groups two years ago. He said he had also known “Mujahid” as Michael. Woolwich attack: knife-wielding suspect named as Michael Adebolajo, Woolwich attacker named ‘Mujahid’ was known to banned Islamist organisation Al Muhajiroun (Full video and transcript of UK jihad murderer: “We are forced by the Qur’an”)
Begge terrorister kendt af MI 5
A British government official says both suspects in the brutal killing of a solider were part of previous security services investigations for possible terror links. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak about the investigation, said he could not provide other details because the suspects may face trial.
Investigations by Britain’s domestic security service, MI5, can include undercover surveillance, phone tapping and communications intercepts.UK OFFICIAL: SUSPECTS PART OF PREVIOUS PROBES
Daniel Pipes hos Ezra Levant
Middle East expert Daniel Pipes joins Ezra Levant to discuss the difference between Islam and Islamism as well as the issues surrounding the US senate vote to arm Syrian jihadists.