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Wednesday, 24 May 2017

A Family Of Terrorist! Manchester Bomber Returned To Britain From Libya 'Just Three Days Before Attack' As His Father - Who Had Al-Qaeda Links - And Younger Brother Are Arrested In Tripoli

Manchester bomber sounded 'normal' 5 days ago, says father
Salman Abedi (inset) killed 22 people and injured at least 119 more when he detonated a bomb at Manchester Arena on Monday night as children were piling out of the venue having watched Ariana Grande. But this afternoon the father of the attacker, Ramadan Abedi (right), said: 'We don't believe in killing innocents. This is not us.' 

He said he had spoken to his 22-year-old son five days ago and that he sounded 'normal' and was getting ready to visit Saudi Arabia. Earlier, pictures emerged showing Abedi lounging on the beach in Libya (circled, left) with friends and hanging out with his mates in Manchester as a teenager. There is no suggestion any of the people he was pictured with have been involved in any wrongdoing.
An extraordinary picture of the family of Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi has emerged tonight, as his father who had Al-Qaeda links and his younger brother were arrested in Tripoli.  
Lounging on the beach in Libya with friends and hanging out with his mates in Manchester, this is Salman Abedi (circled) as a teenage boy before he became a suicide bomber. There is a no suggestion any of the friends he is pictured with have been involved in any wrong doing
Lounging on the beach in Libya with friends and hanging out with his mates in Manchester, this is Salman Abedi (circled) as a teenage boy before he became a suicide bomber. There is a no suggestion any of the friends he is pictured with have been involved in any wrong doing

Salman killed 22 people and injured at least 119 more when he detonated a bomb on Monday night as children were piling out of the venue having watched Ariana Grande. 
The mass-murderer had only just returned from a three-week trip to war-torn Libya before launching his horrifying attack, friends said.
That revelation came as his father, Ramadan, was arrested by masked gunmen in Tripoli this evening while recording TV interviews in the country.
Earlier he had claimed his son seemed 'normal' when they last spoke five days ago and insisted: 'We don't believe in killing innocents.'   
Abedi's younger brother Hashem has also been arrested in Tripoli, Libya, on suspicion of having links to the ISIS who claimed responsibility for Monday night's atrocity.
He was 'aware of all the details' of his plans, a Libyan security force said. 
Salman's older brother Ismail, 23, was arrested yesterday in Chorlton, south Manchester. He is still being quizzed by police, who are probing the family's links to a terror network. 
Ramadan Abedi (pictured) the father of Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi claims his son seemed 'normal' when they last spoke five days ago and insists: 'We don't believe in killing innocents'


Police, in tandem with British soldiers, have carried out several raids since the atrocity on Monday night and so far seven people have been arrested.
Manchester's chief constable said it is 'very clear' that police are investigating 'a network' linked to the bomber.
Three arrests were in the Fallowfield area of the city in the early hours of this morning, and Abedi's older brother Ismail, 23, was arrested yesterday in Chorlton, south Manchester. He is still being quizzed by police.
This evening investigators arrested a fifth suspect in Wigan and are assessing a package the suspect was carrying.   

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