The radical Islamist suicide bomber who murdered at least 22 people and injured over 100 others outside of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, last week, once accused his teacher of “Islamophobia,” reports The Times of London.
Go ahead and pick your jaw up off the floor from the shock.
In the years between 2009 and 2011, Salman Abedi and a group of other Muslim students accused their teacher of “Islamophobia” after she asked their thoughts on suicide bombing. “A group went to complain to their RE teacher saying it was Islamophobic,” a source told The Times.
“He had anger issues,” said a former classmate of the Manchester terrorist. “He would get easily wound up and I remember he would storm out of class a lot because he didn’t like the teacher’s attitude.”
In barbaric fashion, the pathetic loser clinging to a violent interpretation of Islam, targeted a concert where young girls would be in attendance. In an act of utter cowardice, Abedi blew himself up and killed children as young as eight years of age. This was the largest attack on London soil since the 2005 London bombings.
Adebi was said to have been mixed up in frequent use of marijuana and alcohol before his strict Muslim parents sent him back to their home country of Libya, where the would-be terrorist appears to have become radicalized. “His former friends told U.K. media that he returned from the country and began hanging out with a new group of Arab friends, as well as growing out a long beard,” notes The Daily Caller.
Although Westerners have been encouraged to practice the “see something, say something” mantra, we’re still crippled by political correctness, which labels crucial speech, questions and suspicions necessary to diffusing acts of radicalism as “Islamophobic.”
In America, we tragically witnessed this firsthand with the radical Islamic attack in San Bernardino, California, where innocents were murdered. A neighbor of the murderous duo was suspicious of activity coming from their home but declined to say something out of fear of being labeled “Islamophobic.” President Obama solidified this fear in 2011 when he weighed in on “Clock Boy” Ahmed Mohamed.