A series of radical Islamic attacks have taken place in London in the last several years, as well as in other European cities. As of February 5th, the current terror threat in the UK is substantial – the third-highest level – meaning “an attack is likely”.
The most recent one took place on February 2nd, 20-year-old Sudesh Amman stabbed two people and was shot, and killed by UK police. As an 18-year-old student, he distributed al-Qaeda propaganda materials in the WhatsApp messenger. Amman also sent a message to his relatives saying, “The Islamic state will remain.” Amman offered his girlfriend to kill her “infidel” parents.
He also distributed messages in which he called for terrorist attacks against tourists and security forces. As a result, the court sentenced him to 3.5 years in prison for 13 terrorism-related crimes, he was released before the end of his sentence.
The police said that at the time of the attack Amman was under surveillance, but law enforcement officers could not prevent the crime.
Approximately two months earlier, on November 29th, at London Bridge convicted terrorist Usman Khan embarked on a deadly rampage armed with two knives and wearing a fake suicide vest after attending a prisoner rehabilitation program while out on licence halfway through a 16-year jail sentence.
Saskia Jones and Jack Merritt were both killed and Khan, who was subdued by members of the public, was shot and killed by police. On October 11th, police arrested a man and charged with terrorism after three people were stabbed at the Arndale shopping center.
Even prior to that there are examples in 2018 and 2017 of various terror attacks – Salih Khater crashed a car into security barriers outside parliament, injuring two people in August 2018; an improvised explosive device was detonated on a packed Tube train during the morning rush hour, injuring 22 people, Ahmed Hassan, 18, was jailed for life for the attack.
In June 2017, Rachid Redouane, Khuram Butt and Youssef Zaghba, all wearing fake explosive vests, started chasing and stabbing people and tried to barricade themselves inside bars and restaurants on London Bridge.
All of these events are a clear result of London’s current policy of protecting radicals and sectarians from around the world.
The UK, in general, similarly to France has been, for a while now, sowing the seeds of what it both cities are reaping right now. So far, it appears that the policy of welcoming, protecting, supporting and giving asylum to known terrorists means they advance humanitarian interests and advance a sort of greater good, proclaiming the glory and mercy of their respective people.
In addition, these known terrorists are expected to be thankful, and simply become full-fledged members of society and not even consider carrying out an attack.
Clearly, judging by the above examples, the idea of “democracy” they supposedly fought for while in the country where they were indoctrinated in islamic radicalism (and other radical ideology) differs greatly from that of Western Europe.
A similar incident was possibly avoided in France, in the example of Imran Aliev. He is an individual with known ties to terrorism in North Caucasus and the Middle East. The “Chechen blogger” (as described by MSM) was found murdered in his hotel room in the French city of Lille, by unknown perpetrators. French officials said Aliev, 44, “suffered a violent death.”
According to unnamed sources, cited by CNN, two individuals checked into the hotel room last Wednesday; on Thursday at approximately 11 a.m. local time the manager went to check on the guests and discovered Aliev’s body.
The other man, a 35-year-old Chechen native is the prime suspect and is the subject of a manhunt.
Immediately, MSM began defending the honor of Aliev, claiming that he was a “eccentric and divisive figure who often published YouTube videos critical of the Chechen government under the pseudonym Mansur Stariy, or Old Mansur.”
He “sparked conflicts by targeting natives of Ingushetia and Dagestan, regions that neighbour Chechnya, in profanity-laced tirades that had earned threats on his life.”
This is an example from the UK publication the Guardian, which makes him seem as a rather provocative, but generally harmless, figure. In reality, he regularly incited ethnic hatred, his tirades were aimed at almost every nation and people, including even against his own Chechen brethren.
He, on numerous occasions, called for the killing of children, women, and mothers of various people simply based on their ethnicity or religious background.
And he didn’t do it in a veiled manner, he did it publicly, on social media.
An ordinary example of the outspoken blogger’s discussion with other people in the social media:
Fuck you. Fuck you, bitch, fucking bullshit. Keep your shit in your ass. Avarian bitch! I’m fucking you all, avarians, fuck. There is no man among you, fuck. So, nobody can tell me something, fuck. Fuck you. Karba, fuck. Faggot, fuck. Fucked, fuck. Don’t fuck with me. I was fucking people like you in 1994. Fucking brat (faggot). I will soon fuck your sis(ter), your daughter, fuck. Your wife is already fucked by a Chechen with a large dick, fuck. So, she’s screaming “I’m a patriot”. So talk from your ass in the Internet, fuck, bitch.
Mansur Sadulaev, who is chairman of the Chechen Human Rights Association (VAYFOND), based in Sweden, said was known for his “harsh and offensive remarks” about people of the Caucasus as well as his criticism of the Chechen government.
Sadulaev also blamed Moscow for the murder.
“He was killed as a warning to others, thus trying to intimidate everyone who criticizes ‘Russian protégé’ in Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov.”
Self-proclaimed human rights Advocate, Aslan Artsuev gave a review of what had happened, and said that Aliev was granted refuge status in Belgium four years ago.
“On January 28, Imran, his eldest son Islam, and the killer went to the Belgian city of Menen on the border with France. Then they left the city and crossed the border on foot, went to a pharmacy, and then sat in a cafe. Usman insisted that the Imran’s son leave them alone and promised to look after his father. When the son returned an hour later, he did not find his father and his companion, while mobile phones did not answer. On Friday (January 31), the police called in the morning, and family members were taken to identify the body,” the advocate said.
Neither France, nor Belgium, nor any of the British outlets that protect Aliev’s honor make any mention of the ethnic and religious hatred he continuously attempted to spread.
When he was murdered, Aliev was put under police protection, as such a valuable asset, who threatens the lives of women and children needed urgent protection, and the following heroization’s receiving.
“He was murdered especially cruelly,” wrote Musa Taipov, a Chechen opposition journalist based in Strasbourg who said he was in regular contact with Aliev. In a Facebook post, Taipov described Aliev as a “difficult but honest” acquaintance who was managing a difficult illness with painkillers and would sometimes issue “not entirely proper declarations”.
Even Taipov said in an interview he was sceptical that Kadyrov was behind the killing. He told the Guardian that Aliev had received a wave of threats last month from natives of Ingushetia, and the ethnic groups he repeatedly called for the killing of.
Aliev had even been put under police protection, Taipov said, and may have been lured to Lille because it was just beyond the jurisdiction of Belgian police.
“There is no logic to this murder, either in the motivations or in the way it was carried out,” he said.
Regardless, according to MSM the story has been established – Chechen “warlord” Ramzan Kadyrov, who is the “protégé” of “evil overlord” Vladimir Putin are killing dissidents, with known ties to terrorism throughout Europe. But, one question begs asking: Doesn’t it mean that purging individuals with known ties to terrorism, who are more than likely to organize or help organizing a terror attack actually means helping the “enemy” for Russia?
In fact, as long as European authorities welcome, support and protect various terrorists hiding on its territory, terrorist attacks in European cities will remain an everyday routine.
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