ANGER as Mosque of Manchester Bomber Refuses to Take Responsibility

Manchester Islamic Centre and Didsbury Mosque Trustee, Fawaz Al Haffar, addresses members of the media outside of Didsbury Mosque in Didsbury, Manchester, northwest England, on May 24, 2017, as investigations continue into the May 22 terror attack at the Manchester Arena. Police on Tuesday named Salman Abedi -- reportedly British-born of Libyan descent -- as the suspect behind a suicide bombing that ripped into young fans at an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena, as the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the carnage. Abedi's family are reported to have had links to the Didsbury Mosque, a Victorian former Methodist chapel in a leafy suburb that was bought in 1967 by donors from the Syrian community. / AFP PHOTO / Oli SCARFF (Photo credit should read OLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images)

The mosque of the Manchester bomber recently released a press statement, however the refuse to take responsibility for his radicalisation

The Observer put the summary of the statement perfectly saying:

Effectively, the statement was, “How dare you get the details of our relationship with him wrong.”
“Sure, we harboured him with no attempt to warn the security services, and we failed to expel him when we knew he backed the Islamic State. But how dare you say we paid him! This murderous terrorist came here voluntarily, and that should make all the difference.”

The mosque condemned Islamophobia against its people.

I’m not being funny, but that should not even cross their mind.

It’s as if they are trying to make themselves the victim here.

Salam Abedi blew himself up on Monday evening, killing 22 people and injuring dozens more after a pop concert at the Manchester Arena.

The government have taken decisive action due to the recent events, including raising the threat level to critical.

Speaking in Downing Street following an emergency COBRA meeting, the Prime Minister said: “The work undertaken throughout the day has revealed it is a possibility we cannot ignore that there is a wider group of individuals linked to this attack.”

The last time the threat level was this high was 13 June 2007.

This was followed by the discovery of two car bombs in London on June 29 and the Glasgow Airport attack on June 30.

Thousands of people have taken to social media to vent their anger towards the Islamic community for not doing enough to weed out this barbaric extreme ideology from their communities.