The 9/11 hijackers went to strip clubs. In chats before recent terror plots, some Muslim terrorists emphasized that they engaged in activities that made them seem less “clean” or less suspicious to government personnel.
That seems to have been the case with Emad Jamil Al-Swealmeen, the Iraqi refugee, who claimed to have converted to Christianity at a cathedral, before setting out to blow it up, then settling for trying to blow up the Liverpool Women’s Hospital, and then finally the taxi cab that a clever driver had locked him in.
The Liverpool suicide attacker who officials suspect converted to Christianity to aid his asylum application was in a mosque ‘all day, every day’ at the time he began building his bomb to blow up a maternity hospital, it emerged today.
Emad Al Swealmeen, who was baptized and confirmed at the city’s Anglican cathedral in 2017, was seen worshipping during Ramadan and praying with a Muslim friend in the week before Sunday’s attack, it is alleged…
But a security source told the Telegraph: ‘Methodology wise this attack is entirely jihadist, but we have an open mind as to what precisely was motivating him. If he built a much more destructive device then the detonation looks accidental. It looks lucky’.
The newspaper quoted the insider as claiming that the failed asylum seeker, who somehow remained in the UK for seven years, attended the mosque ‘all day every day’ during Ramadan – and was seen worshipping the week before the suicide attack.
This isn’t particularly surprising. Jihadists can jump through all sorts of hoops if they need to. It’s why vetting is semi-useless and the bleeding heart do-gooders can act as their best and worst enablers.
Almeni (Swealmeen) spent most of his time in the UK in Liverpool, where he was being supported by Christian volunteers from a network of churches who help asylum seekers. He spent eight months living with devout Christians Malcolm and Elizabeth Hitchcott at their home in the Aigburth district of Liverpool.
If you don’t want terror, stop accepting migrants from terror states.
There’s a huge difference between accepting actual members of Christian and Jewish minorities from Muslim countries and people who are willing to pass until they fulfill their ultimate goal.
A Syrian Jewish family in America recently ran into a similar issue with a Muslim man who married their daughter, but turned out to be passing and had multiple passports. The wife became suspicious when she saw the passports and contacted the FBI.
This sort of thing happens more frequently than most people realize.