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Here’s What The Manchester Bomber Was Doing Just Hours Before His Cowardly Attack…

Libya has been a problem for the U.S. (and the rest of the world) for years.

Most recently was the terror attack on the Benghazi complex where four Americans lost their lives.

And after the disastrous involvement of the Clinton-run State Department, both Libya and Syria exploded in terror activity.

With the rise of ISIS over the years as a direct result of the Benghazi and Syrian errors in judgment by both Clinton and Obama, the world has become a much more dangerous place.

Whether or not anything could have been done to stop the Manchester Arena bombing attack by the cowardly act of a Muslim terrorist is not known.

What is known is that the bomber, Salman Abedi, very nearly announced his evil intentions ahead of time…the signs were clearly there.

The Daily Mail:

“ISIS this morning claimed responsibility and threatened further attacks, saying ‘one of the caliphate’s soldiers placed bombs within a gathering of the Crusaders’. 

Mohammed Saeed, the imam of Didsbury Mosque and Islamic Centre, said Abedi had looked at him ‘with hate’ after he gave a sermon criticising ISIS and Ansar al-Sharia in Libya in 2015.  

Mr Saeed said: ‘Salman showed me a face of hate after that sermon. He was showing me hatred.'”

Then, prior to the attack, Abedi’s neighbors claimed they heard him in the street:

“One neighbour claimed they heard Abedi chanting Islamic prayers at the home just weeks before the concert hall atrocity. 

‘…he [Salman] was chanting the first kalma [Islamic prayer] really loudly in the street. He was chanting in Arabic. 

‘He was saying ‘There is only one God and the prophet Mohammed is his messenger’.”

Chanting Islamic prayers in the street? That’s not enough to raise suspicion?

On top of which, this behavior appears to be a pattern with radical Muslims who are planning an attack.

If you recall, both the Army Colonel Nidal Hassan at Fort Hood and the San Bernardino couple who attacked innocent people, were telegraphing all types of warning signs to people around them prior to the deadly attacks.

And how many more first-hand accounts of radical Islam atrocities do we require, before we finally admit the terrifying truth?

If ever there was a time for profiling, it is now.

Source:  The Daily Mail

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