Unidentified London Bridge Terror Suspect Linked to British Intelligence

Kurt Nimmo

We still don’t know the identities of the three individuals said to be responsible for the London Bridge attack last week. The police don’t want you to know who they are. Why? Would we discover something we’re not supposed to know if the names are released? Is it possible the cops are hiding something?

On Sunday, The Telegraph ran a story on one of the nameless and faceless suspects.

A former friend of the terrorist, who was shot dead by police along with two accomplices, claimed he had been radicalized while watching YouTube videos and said he contacted the authorities ­after becoming concerned over his friend’s extremist views…

The friend told the BBC’s Asian Network that the terrorist had been radicalised watching videos of the infamous American hate preacher Ahmad Musa Jibril.

Ahmad Musa Jibril is a useful tool for the war against Bashar al-Assad in Syria. A survey conducted by the The International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence concluded that approximately 60% of 150 people with ISIS and al-Nusra Front followed Musa Jibril on their Twitter accounts.

The unnamed terrorist allegedly appeared in the Jihadis Next Door, a BBC Channel 4 documentary. The program also featured Mohammed Shamsuddin, an associate of the cleric Anjem Choudary. Shamsuddin joined a jihadi group after meeting Omar Bakri.

“Bakri founded al-Muhajiroun in 1996 with the blessings of Britain’s security services, [with] his co-founder… Anjem Choudary. Choudary was intimately involved in the program to train and send Britons to fight [in the Balkans],” writes investigative journalist Nafeez Ahmed. London imams Abu Hamza al-Masri and Abu Qatada had similar deals with British intelligence.

One of the supposed London Bridge terrorists appears in a program with an associate of Anjem Choudary and Omar Bakri (pictured above), who has admitted working with MI5, and this is left unreported.

The Telegraph story about Mohammed X—a placeholder until the suspects are identified—feeds into arguments by the state for more surveillance, more troops on the street, and more paranoia and outrage on the part of British citizens. The latter will be manipulated to build consensus for the evolving war on Islam and further the effort to turn Britain into a police state.

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