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UK News Manchester bomber’s terrorist friend to be released from jail

11:25  26 november  2020
11:25  26 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

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A jailed UK terrorist and close friend of the Manchester Arena bomber has refused to to cooperate with the public inquiry. Abdalraouf Abdallah is refusing to speak to lawyers for the inquiry about his links with the arena suicide bomber , Salman Abedi. Abdallah, 27, who was left paralysed after being shot

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A jailed terrorist who is refusing to co-operate with authorities after twice being visited in prison by Manchester Arena suicide bomber Salman Abedi is to be released on parole.

a man looking at the camera: Islamist terrorist Abdalraouf Abdallah, who is refusing to co-operate with the inquiry into the Manchester Arena bombing, is due to be released from jail (Greater Manchester Police/PA) © Greater Manchester Police Islamist terrorist Abdalraouf Abdallah, who is refusing to co-operate with the inquiry into the Manchester Arena bombing, is due to be released from jail (Greater Manchester Police/PA)

Islamic extremist Abdalraouf Abdallah, 27, befriended Abedi, who visited him in jail in the months before he murdered 22 people and injured hundreds more in the terror attack.

He is a man with “important evidence” about the background to the attack, the public inquiry currently sitting in Manchester has heard.

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Hashem Abedi (pictured) the brother of Manchester Arena bomber Salman, has been jailed for a minimum of 55 Families of the Manchester Arena attack victims say justice has prevailed but slam bomber ' s The terrorist , born and raised in Manchester , was accused of showing 'contempt' to the families He may never be released .' The trial was the 'largest murder case in English legal history'

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But Abdallah, a paraplegic after being injured in fighting in Libya, is refusing to co-operate with lawyers for the inquiry.

He is claiming legal privilege by refusing to answer questions that may incriminate himself, the hearing was told.

Sources confirmed to the PA news agency that Abdallah is to be released this week.

a man and a woman taking a selfie: Manchester Arena suicide bomber Salman Abedi visited Abdalraouf Abdallah in prison (Manchester Arena Inquiry/PA) © Provided by PA Media Manchester Arena suicide bomber Salman Abedi visited Abdalraouf Abdallah in prison (Manchester Arena Inquiry/PA)

In the months leading up to the Manchester Arena attack on May 2 2017, both Salman and his brother Hashem became visibly more radicalised, gave up on education courses, wore traditional Islamic clothing and grew more religious in their attitudes, and Salman was seen associating with known extremist Abdallah.

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The brother of the Manchester Arena bomber has been jailed for at least 55 years for the murders of 22 people. Hashem Abedi helped his older Manchester -born Abedi, who had travelled to Libya before the bombing , was arrested shortly after the terror attack and extradited to Britain to face trial.

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Salman Abedi visited Abdallah in Belmarsh Prison on February 26 2015 while he was on remand for terror offences.

On May 11 2016, Abdallah was sentenced for terror offences to an extended determinate sentence of nine-and-a-half years, made up of a custodial element of five-and-a-half years and an extended licence period of four years. He was designated as “dangerous” by the judge.

Abedi visited Abdallah again at HMP Altcourse in Liverpool on January 18 2017 after Abdallah was convicted and serving his sentence, and the pair were in regular telephone contact.

The same month Abedi and his younger brother Hashem began preparing their bomb plot.

In February 2017, three months before the Arena bombing, prison authorities found that Abdallah had an illicit phone and had tried to make calls to Abedi.

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The pair discussed martyrdom, the public inquiry has heard, and a third visit was booked for March 6 2017, but did not take place.

Martyn Hett et al. posing for a photo: The 22 victims of the Manchester Arena terror attack (Greater Manchester Police/PA) © Provided by PA Media The 22 victims of the Manchester Arena terror attack (Greater Manchester Police/PA)

Two months later, Abedi detonated his shrapnel-packed rucksack bomb, killing 22 people and injuring hundreds of others as they left an Ariana Grande concert.

Paul Greaney QC, counsel to the public inquiry, told the hearing earlier this year: “Salman Abedi’s relationship with Abdalraouf Abdallah was one of some significance in the period prior to the bombing and we are determined to get to the bottom of it.

“We have no doubt he is a witness with important evidence to give.

“We are continuing to pursue this line of inquiry. We hope on reflection he will co-operate, so will press for him to give evidence before the inquiry.”

The inquiry was told that Abdallah had numerous telephone contacts with Abedi from 2014 as well as prison visits.

Abdallah, from Manchester, was paralysed from the waist down after being was shot while fighting in the Libyan uprising in 2011 and returned to the UK for treatment.

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He was jailed after being convicted of preparing and funding acts of terrorism by helping four others travel to Syria for terrorism, including his older brother, Mohammed Abdallah, 29, an unemployed former drug dealer with a low IQ.

Abdallah’s older brother was convicted and jailed for 10 years in 2017 for joining so-called Islamic State (IS) and receiving £2,000 in terrorist funding from his sibling.

a person holding a gun: Hashem Abedi, younger brother of Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi (Manchester Arena Inquiry/PA © Provided by PA Media Hashem Abedi, younger brother of Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi (Manchester Arena Inquiry/PA

Abdallah also assisted Stephen Mustafa Gray, of Whitnall Street, Moss Side, a former RAF serviceman and Iraq war veteran, who converted to Islam and who also tried to get to Syria.

Raymond Matimba, 28, of Bold Street, Moss Side, travelled with Gray to Syria but, unlike him, was able to cross the border.

He reportedly became an IS sniper and appeared in footage with the so-called Beatles terror cell alongside “Jihadi John”.

Despite reports that he was killed in combat, his death has never been confirmed.

Hashem Abedi was jailed for life with a minimum 55 years before parole for his part in the bomb plot.

Salman’s family in Libya is also refusing to co-operate.

His older brother, Ismail Abedi, who lives in Manchester, is also refusing to answer questions, as is his right.

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