SalmanAbedi the suicide bomber the person who killed 22 peoples in the attack held on the pop concert in Manchester, and he was a business student that who dropped out from the university. He was born in a devoutly Islamic Libyan family in Britan’s third biggest city; all the newspapers said that he was known to the security service and to the Finance Time and they said that in recent he turned to radical Islam. Abedi of 22 years old he worshiped in the local mosque, anywhere his father is a well-known face that who sometimes made the call to prayer. He was identified by the police and the Prime Minister Theresa May the day later the deadly assault, which also left the dozen of peoples wounded on the concert of United States pop star Ariana Grande, who has huge teenage girls following. “The perpetrator was Salman Ramadan Abedi, who was born and brought up in the Britain,” Shall said, criticizing his moves as “callous and cowardly”. His family is living in the Fallowfield area of the south Manchester for nearly ten years, came to know by The Daily Telegraph newspaper.
The Armed police charged an approach in the reasonably rich area on Tuesday, bringing out a controlled explosion to get the entry. And a 23-year-old boy also got arrested who is in the south of the city who is in connection with this attack.
Fallowfield resident Peter Jones, 53, described the area as “quiet and safe”.
Mr. Jones said that he is very shocked and surprised when he heard about that the suspect was from here. Media says that Abedi’s parents left Libya to escape from the regime of the previous dictator Muammar Gaddafi. Nearby 16,000 Libyans are living in Britain, and in the Manchester, it is home to the largest population, according to the BBC. It was a focus for the celebrations during the Kadhafi regime fell in 2011.
The reporter said that the suicide bomber is the second youngest of four children. One member of Manchester’s Libyan Association told The Guardian newspaper. He is such a quiet boy, and he is always respectful to me.
His brother is friendly, but he is such a quiet person. He is an extraordinary person to have done this. He recently returns from Libya says The Times newspaper’s front page Wednesday that indicates a school friend as telling that he left three weeks ago and he came back in the last few days.
Police said they were primarily seeking to discover whether Abedi acted alone, or served as part of a larger network. Abedi’s family closely linked with the Didsbury Mosque, a Victorian former Methodist Church in a leafy area that obtained in 1967 by donors of the Syrian Arab community.
His father Ramadan had seldom made the call to prayer and his brother Ismael had been a missionary.One of the senior figures from the mosque though, Mohammed Saeed, told The Guardian that while he once gave a speech denouncing terror, Abedi looked him down.
“Salman gave me a face of hate after that speech,” Mohammed Saeed said of the 2015 encounter.”He was explaining to my hate.”
Abedi started studying business and management at Salford University in Manchester in 2014, a specialist told the Press Association news company, but he left out after two years and did not finish his degree.