“Violent extremism” is dhimmi speak for Islam. A Mohammedan who takes his religion seriously is therefore a ‘violent extremist’. And who in his right mind would deny that Mohammedans don’t take their religion seriously?
- Armed police stormed a flat above a takeaway in Birmingham last night and arrested three people
- Five others have been detained in raids on six properties thought to be linked to Westminster terrorist
- A neighbour believes the Birmingham flat is the home of the attacker who killed three in London yesterday
- Another source claimed that the Hyundai 4×4 he used as a weapon was rented from the same area
- Police are not naming the suspect while the investigation into his possible associates continues
“Dozens of armed police swoop on address in Birmingham ‘where car used in London terror attacks was rented from’ and ‘take a number of people into custody,’” by Rebecca Taylor, Mailonline, March 23, 2017:
Armed police have been involved in a raid at a residential property near to a curry house in Birmingham this evening, closing off part of the city for more than two hours.
Dozens of officers, some response and some with weapons, were seen swooping an address near to the Bearwood part of the city this evening.
Hagley Road was closed for a period of time and then reopened. BBC Newsnight has claimed the vehicle used in the London terror attacks could have been rented from the same road.
The road is said to have closed at 11pm and reopened by 2am, with witnesses in the area saying people had been taken away by the address.
They believe the officers may have been from a counter terrorism unit.
West Midlands Police gave a short statement earlier, which read: ‘There is an ongoing police operation, no further details are being given at this stage.’…
Continued from above:
The terrorist who killed three and injured at least 29 others in yesterday’s Westminster attacks was British born and had previously been investigated by MI5.
The suspect, described as ‘Asian and in his forties’, has not been named by police while investigations continue into any possible contacts.
But armed police have arrested eight people as they search for associates of the ‘lone wolf’ terrorist who murdered three people in Westminster yesterday.
Six homes were raided in London and Birmingham, where three people were detained in a flat above a takeaway last night.
Dozens of officers wearing body armour ran into the address on Hagley Road in the east of the city late yesterday evening. A neighbour said he believes the flat is the home of the Westminster attacker.
Other sources have claimed the 4×4 vehicle which injured at least 29 people yesterday was rented from a company on the same road.
Armed police stormed a flat on Hagley Road, Birmingham as part of six raids across the country following the Westminster attack. The address is said to match the location from which the Hyundai used as a weapon in the attack was rented
The flat is said to be the home of the ‘lone wolf’ attacker who was shot and died yesterday after mowing down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and stabbing a policeman to death outside the Houses of Parliament
A team of heavily armed police in riot gear arrived in unmarked cars last night and stormed the flat in the east of the city
A neighbour says he believes the man who carried out the attack in London yesterday lives in the flat above the takeaway
The flat is one of six properties raided around the country, with armed officers storming the flat before detectives moved in
Scotland Yard, rather than West Midlands Police, is behind the raid, but the force has not spoken due to ‘operational reasons’