“Hussain, a former Morrisons security guard from High Wycombe, Bucks, had also told militants to beat up and rob drunken revellers out celebrating in the run-up to Christmas so that they could buy knives.”
When Hussain was a Morrisons security guard, did anyone at Morrisons or anywhere else try to determine whether or not he was an “extremist”? Of course not. To do anything but assume his “moderation” would have been “Islamophobic.”
“Ranting British ISIS thug called for UK lone wolf knife rampages before London terror attack,” by Ann Stenhouse, Mirror, March 26, 2017:
Omar Hussain used the secure messaging service Telegram to tell fellow fanatics to “buy a knife and stab a kafir (non-believer) in his guts or slit his throat” before Khalid Masood launched his murderous assault
British jihadi Omar Hussain called for knife attacks on our soil in a sickening rant just months before the Westminster atrocity .
The Islamic State fanatic, who now calls himself Abu Sa’eed Al-Britani , uses the secure messaging service Telegram to speak to fellow fanatics.
He said: “They could buy a knife and stab a kafir (non-believer) in his guts or slit his throat.” The fiend also ordered extremists to “rise my brother and make the kafir pay”.
Hussain, a former Morrisons security guard from High Wycombe, Bucks, had also told militants to beat up and rob drunken revellers out celebrating in the run-up to Christmas so that they could buy knives.
Police are probing whether Khalid Masood’s car rampage and stabbing of PC Keith Palmer on Wednesday was inspired by online propaganda from IS – which claims he was a “soldier”.
Omar Hussain, who calls himself Abu Sa’eed Al-Britani, ranted about killing non-believers
Almost 100 women linked hands across Westminster Bridge yesterday as they staged a five-minute silent vigil for Masood’s victims. The gesture came as a man of 30 was arrested at an address in Birmingham on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts.
He was the 12th person held in the aftermath of the bloodbath, in which four people, including PC Palmer, were killed. Eight people have been released, while a 58-year-old man remained in custody last night and two more have been released on bail.
One line of inquiry is whether 52-year-old Masood, who was shot dead by police, had links to Islamic extremists living in Luton while he was based there between 2009 and 2011. Figures active in the city at that time include notorious hate preacher Anjem Choudary, who is now in jail.
Professor Anthony Glees, from Buckingham University, said the UK’s main security fear should be that “tens of thousands” of Masoods could be waiting in the wings here.
And there was heightened security at Wembley for England’s clash with Lithuania yesterday .
Counter-terrorism police searched a property in Birmingham over the weekend where friends of Masood lived, close to one of his previous addresses. They were seen removing bags of evidence and officers described the house in Bredon Croft, Hockley, as “a scene”….