BETRAYAL: Manchester Suicide Bomber Had Been RESCUED By The UK Navy In Libya

Salman Abedi ‘repaid’ his rescue by murdering 22 people at a concert.

It is being reported that Salman Abedi – the suicide bomber terrorist who murdered 22 innocent people at a concert in Manchester – had been RESCUED by the UK Navy in Libya.

That rescue enabled him to stay alive, and return to the UK – where he then carried out the horrific terrorist attack.

As noted by the Telegraph, “Abedi, then aged 19, was rescued from the Libyan coast by HMS Enterprise, according to the report, before being taken to Malta for his flight home. His younger brother Hashem, who is in jail in Tripoli facing trial over the attack, was also rescued by HMS Enterprise. It’s understood they were part of a group of 100 British citizens rescued.”

“A Whitehall source told the Mail: “For this man to have committed such an atrocity on UK soil after we rescued him from Libya was an act of utter betrayal.” The paper also quoted sources in London and family friends in Libya saying Salman Abedi was on HMS Enterprise.”

It has also emerged that Abedi had already been under investigation in January of 2014, a full 7 months before he was rescued at the expense of UK taxpayers.

Abedi owed his life to the UK Navy. He repaid the country he was supposed to be loyal to by butchering innocent citizens. It was an act of immense betrayal.

This is also a problem that could be faced by Canada. Many terrorists hiding within our midst are willing to travel to foreign countries, seek to kill innocent people, and then demand that Canada rescues them if they run into trouble.

The solution is very simple. Simply designate certain parts of the world as “no rescue zones.” If someone travels to  country in that designated zone against the danger advisory, then they simply won’t be rescued if they get into trouble. It puts the responsibility in the hands of those who choose to travel to warzones, and it ensures that Canadians aren’t being played for suckers by rescuing people who hate us.

Spencer Fernando

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