How Did Birmingham Become JIHADI CENTRAL?
First we had Londonistan’, but now Britain’s second city, Birmingham, is getting an ugly reputation for producing a steady stream of Jihadi terrorists.
The man who drove his car into pedestrians in Westminster yesterday morning has been named as Salih Khater and it has been revealed that he lived in Birmingham. The Sudanese immigrant – who was “known to detectives” – spent six hours stalking the streets of London before hurtling into 15 cyclists and driving at police officers manning a Westminster security barrier.
Salih Khater, 29, veered off the road careering into pedestrians and cyclists on Parliament Square, after spending the night cruising around in a Ford Fiesta bought two months ago.
Khater, a British citizen born in Sudan, lives in a scruffy flat above an internet cafe in Sparkhill, an area of Birmingham that has housed jihadi cells linked to terrorist plots at home and abroad.
His rented flat is also just ten minutes from the former home of Khalid Masood, whose murderous rampage 17 months ago appears to have inspired Khater’s own carborne attack yesterday.
Birmingham has previously sent large numbers of fighters to join the ISIS invasion of Syria, as well as slamists plotting terror attacks on British soil.
This video gives a glimpse of what is going on – although in typical PC fashion it focuses on a minority sect which the Saudi-financed majority of UK mosques regard as ‘heretical’.
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