Recent terror attacks have all been followed by face to the crime. From Bastille Day killings where a lorry ploughed into a large crowd watching a fireworks display in Nice, to the gunman Seifeddine Rezgui who opened fire on innocent tourists on the Tunisian beach leaving thirty-eight people dead, to the “lone wolf” Khalid Masoud who mowed his car through crowds on Westminster Bridge and stabbed PC Keith Palmer, it has been like history repeating itself.
Salman Abedi’s radicalization is not down to the lack of integration in the UK, or online-grooming, or even revenge. He is not a militant who was radicalized online but rather had deep-rooted extremist beliefsDr. Halla Diyab