Considering the widespread atrocities going on in the Muslim world, there should be an outcry from Muslims condemning jihad/martyrdom suicide bombings in the name of their religion, as well as condemnation for the religiously sanctioned beating of wives, killing of gays, apostates, etc. Instead, the outcry is against anyone who speaks the truth about these atrocities committed in the name of Islam. Legitimate critics are deemed “Islamophobic,” with the ultimate goal of subjugating truth-tellers and the West under the sharia.
Little wonder that the budding jihadist Salman Abedi advocated for the use of the widely accepted yet still regrettable propaganda term “Islamophobia.”
“TWISTED LOGIC Salman Abedi reported teacher at his secondary school for being an Islamophobe because he condemned suicide bombers”, by Tom Michael, The Sun, May 26, 2017:
Abedi was part of an Arabic-speaking “clique” during his time at the school, The Times reports.
He is believed to have been part of a group of teens that became upset when one of their teachers brought up the topic of suicide attacks.
The teacher “asked what they thought of someone who would strap on a bomb and blow people up”, according to a source quoted by the paper.
The source said the boys then went to their RE teacher and lodged a complaint, telling them it was “Islamophobic”.
The source added: “[Abedi] was a silly boy, not very serious. He was not smart enough to be a mastermind of anything like that.”
A spokesperson for Burnage Academy said yesterday: “We feel the pain that Manchester feels. We stand shoulder to shoulder with our fellow Mancunians against terrorism in all forms.”
Pals of the evil killer yesterday revealed his wild youth of booze and drug-taking – and how he was nicknamed “Dumbo” because of his big ears.
Pictures show him grinning in a bar with three student friends and on a beach in Libya, before he is thought to have been indoctrinated.
Pals described the brainy Manchester United fan as “very jolly”.
But over the past two years he is said to have changed completely after a number of trips to Libya to visit his family.
His parents are even said to have confiscated his passport amid fears he was being radicalised.
This week it was claimed Abedi called his family in Tripoli 15 minutes before the attack.
His mother Samia Tabbal, 50, and father Ramadan, 51, a security officer, were born in the Libyan capital.
They emigrated to London before moving to Manchester.
Manchester-born Abedi is believed to have regularly travelled to see his family, who moved back to Tripoli following the fall of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.
One friend said: “He became silent and withdrawn after a trip a couple of years ago. Before then he was a happy-go-lucky kid and always did well in school.
“We used to party together. He loved being around his friends and wasn’t a strict Muslim at all.
“He even used to drink alcohol and loved smoking weed, he never mentioned religion.
“He was very jolly and happy. But over the past 18 months he became withdrawn and stopped hanging around with the people he used to.
“Before that he was so boisterous, always the joker.”
They added: “But as he started visiting Tripoli he was exposed to a lot of things. It’s enough to turn the purest person dark.
“And that’s what happened to a lot of young men. they were told it’s their religious obligation to step up and fight….