TERROR IN LONDON

So far four dead, over 20 injured.

The assassin turns out to be the well known jihadist Abu Izzadin, previously known as Trevor Brooks.

London terrorist Abu Izzadeen has previously called for the murder of police and politicians

Update: it appears that press reports were wrong, because according to the BBC, Trevor Brooks aka Abu Izzadeen is still in prison. Which obviously means that he could not have been the attacker.

UK news sources withdraw claim that Abu Izzadeen was London jihad murderer

“The UK’s Channel 4 News and The Independent initially named Izaadeen as the suspect, but several sources told BBC News that the radical Muslim cleric is still in jail and not responsible for the attack.”

“Radical Muslim cleric mistakenly named as London attacker,” by Danika Fears and Natalie Musumeci, New York Post, March 22, 2017:

A report that identified the knife-wielding attacker who killed at least three people during a rampage in central London as Abu Izzadeen has been withdrawn.

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Today’s UK jihadist was well known for funding, glorifying & helping organize acts of jihad terror for years, & the UK allowed it. Travesty.

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Abu Izzadeen London Islamic attacker

Abu Izzadeen:

Not sure what to make to this:

Confusion Over Identity Of London Terrorism Suspect, As Previously Named Abu Izzadeen Is Still In Prison

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Izzadeen, who was jailed for four-and-a-half years in 2008 after being found guilty of raising funds for terrorism, made the comments in a video posted on YouTube.

In one address Izzadeen, 35, slammed Asim Hafiz, the former imam of the British Armed Forces, for taking a government job while also railing against Muslims for adopting British customs and ­co-operating with the authorities.

Trevor Brooks also known as Abu Izzadeen

Izzadeen – formerly an electrician named Trevor Brooks – ­compared Hafiz, 35, to Muslims who do not take Ramadan seriously. Later, he suggested that Hafiz renounced his religion by joining the Army. While miming firing a gun, he said: “The one he kill Muslims, he bombs masjid (mosque) and he kill wedding party…it’s OK.” He claimed Hafiz had sold his religion. “Who would sell jannah (paradise) for £30,000, except the one fool?”

Two Islamic extremists who admitted to a “serious and deliberate” breach of counter-terrorism restrictions by travelling abroad have been sentenced to two years in prison. Simon Keeler, 44, and his friend Trevor Brooks, 40, were extradited to the UK after they were arrested in Turkey on a train bound for Bucharest, Romania, in November last year. The pair had been required to notify police three days in advance of any overseas travel under Part 4 of the Counter Terrorism Act 2008, but failed to do so.

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According to a separate 2016 report from The Mirror, Izzadeen was one of two Islamic extremists who admitted to a “serious and deliberate” breach of counter-terrorism restrictions by travelling abroad have been sentenced to two years in prison. Trevor Brooks, then 40, was extradited to the UK after he was arrested in Turkey on a train bound for Bucharest, Romania, in November last year.

The pair had been required to notify police three days in advance of any overseas travel under Part 4 of the Counter Terrorism Act 2008, but failed to do so.

Following appeals, the defendants’ sentences were set at three and a half years, but the travel restrictions applied for a decade. Keeler has also been convicted previously of possessing false identification documents. Mr Justice Saunders took into account their early guilty pleas and willingness to be extradited, and accepted their stated reasons for travel.

But in sentencing, he called the breach “serious and deliberate” and stressed the importance of counter-terrorism restrictions. Mr Justice Saunders said: “They (restrictions) are particularly important at this time when there has been recent terrorism activity in several European countries and the fear of further terrorist attacks is intense.”

Both men were sentenced to two years in prison. The maximum term for the offence is five years.

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Brooks was born in Britain to Christian parents of Jamaican origin. He converted to Islam at the age of 17 with one of his brothers and changed his name to Abu Izzadeen. Former builder Keeler became the first white British Muslim to be convicted of terrorism offences.

Update:

A report that identified the knife-wielding attacker who killed at least three people during a rampage in central London as Abu Izzadeen has been withdrawn.

The UK’s Channel 4 News and The Independent initially named Izaadeen as the suspect, but several sources told BBC News that the radical Muslim cleric is still in jail and not responsible for the attack.

In January 2016, Izzadeen — who was killed by cops Wednesday — and another Islamist militant were sentenced to two years in prison for breaching the Terrorism Act by leaving the UK without notifying the police, the BBC reported.

They were found on a train in Hungary that was headed for Bucharest, Romania, in Nov. 2015….