Did London Terrorists Slip Through The Cracks?

Nigerian-descended London Terrorists Had Pasts
Nigerian-descended London Terrorists Had Pasts

The two Nigerian-blooded Brits that brutally murdered a soldier in London’s Woolwich, had known terrorist ties. Suspects, Michael Adebolajo, 28; and Michael Adebowale, 22; were known to the country’s security services from a previous investigation of alleged Islamic extremists. both suspects are on the watchlist of the British Anti-terrorist Unit for having a history of religious fanaticism. British officials will now likely face questions about whether the horrific attack could have been prevented.
Adebolajo and Adebowale, were both converts to Islam. Adebolaja, attended Green University, between 2004 and 2005, where he was reported as being in the habit of preaching in favour of extremists. He got suspended twice in 2005 as a result of his open religious protests. In 2004, the university refused to register an Islamic group Adebolaja wanted to form. A source said he was leading several pro-Islam protests towards the end of his course. in the university. The BBC also reported yesterday that he was intercepted last year on his way to Somalia to join the Al-Shabab terrorist group.
According to Maajid Nawaz, anti-extremist and former Islamist, the attack appeared to be at least inspired, if not directed by al Qaeda.

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