London Muslim killer, 28, was jailed for eight years in 2012
By Julio Severo
Two people were killed on November 28, 2019, and up to twelve were injured after a Muslim pulled the knives on innocent people on the north side of London Bridge.
Several people were stabbed before he was stopped in his tracks on London Bridge. He was shot by police officers and he died at the scene.
Scotland Yard has named the terrorist responsible for the attack on London Bridge as 28-year-old Usman Khan. Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu confirmed that the Islamic terrorist killed a man and a woman in the attack.
He confirmed Khan had a prior terrorism conviction and had been jailed for eight years in 2012. He was released on license in December 2018 and was still wearing a monitoring tag.
Commissioner Basu confirmed Khan had been attending a seminar to help offenders reintegrate into society following their release from jail.
The killer had previously been arrested on December 20, 2010, four days before he and his nine-strong Al-Qaeda-inspired gang had planned to plant a bomb in the toilets of the London Stock Exchange.
Police found a handwritten list of targets which included the U.S. Embassy and the homes of London Mayor Boris Johnson, the Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral and two rabbis.
The gang also carried out surveillance of other possible targets including Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, the Palace of Westminster and the London Eye. The group planned to send five bombs in the post to London synagogues.
Their plot was foiled after the security services bugging their homes and cars heard discussions of a ‘Mumbai’ atrocity on the streets of Britain, mirroring the 2008 attack in India.
The United Kingdom has a legislation compatible with its English Christian culture and civilization. It is completely incompatible to deal with Muslims from violent Third World Islamic nations.
In its new reality, the United Kingdom, which in the past was harsh with Nazis, should understand that it can be no less harsh with Muslim criminals. The history itself of Khan, involving terrorism, shows that he deserved no less than the death penalty.
When it was not applied to him and his associate terrorists, the result was eventually freedom for him to kill innocent people. When terrorists and other murderers are not condemned to death, innocent people are condemned to death by their hands.
Yet, it is a hard time for London to punish Muslim terrorists the way they deserve. Even though the United Kingdom has not a Muslim majority, London has fallen: its mayor is a Muslim.
The United Kingdom, which did not surrender to Nazis, has surrendered to the “religion of peace,” and the result of this surrender is that the British people has no peace anymore.