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Loud Bangs heard in Manchester UK

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posted on Jun, 10 2017 @ 10:12 AM

originally posted by: Maroboduus

originally posted by: ARM1968
a reply to: Xcathdra

That wasn't what I asked was it?

So only suicide bombing counts as murder in your mind? any other kind if murder in the name of religion isn't valid? That seems reasonable and intelligent...

One has to ask...

Why are all the police in Northern Ireland armed while the rest in other parts of the country are not? The Northern Ireland violence is based on a religious conflict. The British government apparently views the latest religious conflict differently.

posted on Jun, 10 2017 @ 10:29 AM
a reply to: Xcathdra

The Troubles were ostensibly about Republicanism & Nationalism v Unionism but became more about gangsterism and racketeering than anything else.

posted on Dec, 18 2021 @ 02:01 PM
You have to admire this mothers bravery after losing her son in this tragedy

Miss Figen Murray has graduated from university with a masters degree in counter terrorism

I cant speak highly enough of her strength and iron might to do this while also bearing the weight of losing her son.

I congratulate you Miss Figen Murray you are a truly remarkable woman

Manchester Arena attack: Victim's mum graduates in counter-terrorism

Ms Murray said she had to balance part of her studies with attending the trial of the brother of her son's killer. She said: "Martyn would be very proud of me, but I know he would tease me if he saw my cap and gown."

She said she had dedicated her Master's degree to her son.

posted on Feb, 22 2022 @ 11:26 AM
Convicted bombers guilty of attacking prison officer

What should the criminal justice system do with the perpatrator of this bomb attack

Now serving 55 years and somehow finding a way to get more time added to his sentence by attacking a prison officer in 2020

Three convicted terrorists, including Hashem Abedi who is serving life for 22 murders in the Manchester Arena bombing, have been found guilty of a "vicious attack" on a prison officer.

Just after 15:00 on 11 May 2020, as the men were being escorted back from the exercise yard, CCTV cameras recorded them smiling and joking as they reached the top of the stairs, then running off to carry out the attack. Paul Edwards described sitting at his desk in his office when Abedi and Saeed burst in. Saeed launched a "karate kick" at his head as Abedi swung an office chair at him, he said. He fell to the floor where Abedi and Saeed started kicking and punching him, and were joined by Hassan.

perhaps we should let the parents of the innocent victims have some time with him

Some people are just evil to the core and I think he is one of them

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