Just in – Father Of Manchester Suicide Bomber Speaks Out

There are no decent words for the pain that people are experiencing after Manchester attack.

On Monday night the police immediately hold the brother of the man who killed 22 people at the Manchester concert terrorist attack. Ismail Abedi, 23 the brother of the bomber Salman Abedi is still detained because it is believed that the bomber was a part of a network of suspects.

Their father few days after is claiming that they are innocent. The man called from Tripoli, Libya and said that they as a family do not believe in killing innocents.

via Western Journalism

Ramadan Abedi said he spoke to his son, Salman, five days ago. The elder Abedi, who is reportedly the administrative manager of the Central Security force in Tripoli, said Salman Abedi was getting ready to visit Saudi Arabia and sounded “normal.” He said Salman visited Libya about six weeks ago and was to return there to celebrate Ramadan.

At the mosque Salman Abedi attended, imam Mohammed Saeed El-Saeiti called him an extremist.

“Salman showed me the face of hate after my speech on ISIS,” he said. “He used to show me the face of hate and I could tell this person does not like me. It’s not a surprise to me.”

“He was not my friend, he is not close. I could understand that he was not happy with me because I did combat ISIS in that Friday sermon sometimes,” the imam said.

Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said Abedi was part of a network of collaborators and that the Greater Manchester police are investigating that network.

Home Secretary Amber Rudd said Abedi was known to security services before the attack.

French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb has said the bomber had “proven” links with ISIS.

Abedi’s family fled Tripoli in 1993. Salman Abedi was born in Britain in 1994. The family at one time lived in London, but later moved to Manchester, which has a high concentration of Libyan emigres.

Former Libyan security official Abdel-Basit Haroun said the bomber’s father was a member of the Libyan Islamic Fighting group in the 1990s. The group had links to Al-Qaeda.

Haroun also said the bomber’s father is part of the extremist Salafi Jihadi movement.

In the end, he exposed his true feelings of hate. This Islamic Terrorist issue is getting out of hand. Innocent people are suffering all over the world. Bombing is not the right solution.