Convicted Muslim Terrorist Commits Terror Attack in London Shocks “Official” Britain

by Micha Gefen

Another Muslim terror attack in London and armed officers run away from the terrorist after he was shot because he had a device strapped to him.

The terrorist Sudesh Amman is a Muslim terrorist, recently released from British jail. He stabbed two people in south London before being shot by police.

Amman was jailed in December 2018 after admitting to 13 counts of expressing his support for Islamist terrorism and possessing and sharing Islamic State and al-Qaida propaganda in a family WhatsApp group and on social media. He was 18 at the time.

One of the things he had written was “If you can’t make a bomb because family, friends or spies are watching or suspecting you, take a knife, molotov, sound bombs or a car at night and attack.”

He was just released from jail in January.

These videos show what has become a regular occurrence in Great Britain, especially London as Islamic terror continues to attack the foundations of Democracy in England.

Initial news reported that the terrorist was shot dead, but new footage has emerged showing the terrorist still alive after being shot by police and the victims lying in the street.

BBC – Really?

Look at this headline of the “official” British press – “Man shot dead by police after stabbings in London”. A “man”? Really BBC? You can’t call the man a terrorist? Or considering he was Muslim, then a Muslim terrorist? It gets even better! The man was recently released from British jail for being A Muslim terrorist! Yet, the BBC headline refers to him as a “man”?

Today two main questions are driving British media. Why was this man let out early and why was he shot? Really Britian? How about why is Muslim terrorism growing in Britain? And what should Britain do about it to stop it? Because, obviously, a revolving door policy in jail isn’t working, and that’s when you do catch one before he actually did the act!

The question for British society, which is used to an enemy that is either far away or one that can be handled civilly, how does its society subdue Islamic extremism without losing its own identity?

The question may not be answerable now, but what is clear is that leaving a live terrorist on the street where he can still do damage if not neutralized should not be allowed.

Col. Kemp

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