Personally, I don't give a rat's, and if his mother forgave him for what he was about to do, she's no better than him.
I don't care that he even has a mother, nor do I care if he had a rough childhood. I simply don't care to try explaining why he killed 22 people and changed the lives of over 100 others.
He is an evil loser and I would have been happy to kill him myself.
"He was giving farewell," bin Salem said. They believe he was acting alone based on what his father, told investigators.
Other terror links involving Salman's relatives were disclosed Wednesday. His father, Ramadan was a member of the Al Qaeda-backed Libyan Islamic Fighting group in the 1990s, said former security official Abdel-Basit Haroun. Ramadan denied the claim in a taqiyya move that would make the prophet proud.
Salman's brother, Hashim, was linked to ISIS and may have been planning an attack in Tripoli.
In other words, this terrorism thingy is a family affair.
Salman left Libya for Manchester four days prior to the bombing, his mommy said. His parents claim they had no idea that he was going to kill infidels and he fooled them into thinking he was heading off to the Hajj in Mecca to walk around the Kaaba "and meet Muslim chicks."
Instead, the scumturd went to Turkey and Germany, apparently merely stopping in those countries for transfers and actually flew to Istanbul (which was once Constantinople) on May 18th then left for Dusseldorf, a Turkish official told the Associated Press, also saying that Abedi had previously used Istanbul as a transfer point for flights between Libya and Europe.
Evidently, the terrorist was not on an international terror watch list, so he was able to travel freely throughout Europe.
And leftists keep stopping President Trump from allowing the 90-day travel ban that which includes Libya.
Since the attack, British Transport Police announced that armed officers will patrol some UK trains for the first time beginning Thursday afternoon due to the increased threat of future attacks. Still, regular British police do not carry guns because they might be able to defend themselves and others if they did, which would level the field.
On Wednesday, authorities raided an apartment where they believed Abedi visited before he went on his jihad--it was advertised to be an "ideal" place to stay due to its location next to the Manchester arena.
Before he blew himself up, he had gone to the apartment at about 7:00 p.m., which was about three hours prior to the attack.
Police raced to uncover the network Abedi belonged to, and believed it clearly exists. But on Thursday, authorities reckoned he could have made the device himself as it was not as sophisticated as they first thought.
Photos of the bomb were prematurely released by The New York Times, which upset British authorities because of the disrespect it showed to the families of the victims as well as possibly alerting others in the network.
Thus far, eight people have been arrested and the terrorism threat level in Britain has been raised to "critical." Thus, another attack could be imminent.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack, but they would claim responsibility for any attack. Overall, it doesn't matter if it's ISIS, Hezbollah, Al Qaeda or Yadda Yadda. It's all about jihad, folks.
Welcome to the Ramadan Bombathon, which begins tonight in the West.