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Ho-Hum


A woman has died and up to five people have been injured in a possible terrorist knife attack in central London, police said.

A suspected knifeman was Tasered by police and arrested in the incident in Russell Square that began shortly before 10.30pm on Wednesday night.

The Metropolitan Police said up to six people were found injured and a woman was treated at the scene before being pronounced dead a short time later.

A police spokesman said: "Terrorism is one possibility being explored at this stage."

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Mr. Angry....
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Wait for it....

Before lunch time today this will be a nutter with mental health problems.. Just like the ones in France and Germany...

The one thing it will have nothing to do with is muslims....... They are the religion of peace... My fucking arse....
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Ho-Hum
Oh yes, mental health issues have now become an issue. There's no such thing as a terrorist cos they're all bleedin' mad.

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confused of hornchurch

Crime figures continue to fall.
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Ho-Hum
This post was updated on .
Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789 321.

Never fear Khan is here!



The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has cut short his holiday in Italy following the Russell Square attack.

He will be giving an on camera briefing at City Hall at 15:00.

In an earlier statement, the mayor urged Londoners to "remain calm and vigilant".

Thank you Sadiq, in you we trust. LOL.

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bellend
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he did have two pencils up his nose and was heard to cry "wibble"
If we learn from our mistakes, why aint I a genius, If you educate the masses where's the advantage for the few?

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Ah well here we are at lunch time and he's not a terrorist he's a loony...

What a load of fucking bollox.....
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confused of hornchurch

Either way he's still a cold-blooded murderer that needs to be kept away from the public.
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Ho-Hum
Police arrested a 19-year-old Norwegian national of Somali origin. They say there is no evidence of radicalisation.

C'mon, don't soften the fact by saying he's a Norwegian national.  The murderer is a Somalian, which is a predominantly Muslim country....Terrorist or what?
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Ho-Hum
Oh yes it is....



We already know.
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Russell Square stabbings: Man charged over London murder

19 minutes ago

 From the section London
 
A 19-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a US tourist in a knife attack in London's Russell Square.

Zakaria Bulham, of south-west London, has been charged with the murder of Darlene Horton, 64, and the attempted murder of five other people.
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Ho-Hum
OK, this incident is not the UK but it's not far across the channel.




A man shot by police after he attacked two officers with a machete in the Belgian city of Charleroi has died.

The assailant is said to have shouted "Allahu Akbar" ("God is greatest" in Arabic) during the assault outside the city's main police station.

I expect the culprit will have mental health issues as there's no such thing as an Islamist terrorist.

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The problem is everyone looks at the big beard and pyjama brigade and thinks they are the ones most likely to be terrorists. Far from it.
And as a top cop who happened to be Muslim said a few years back what does a terrorist look like?
They don't exactly go round advertising the fact they are going to commit a mass murder!
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Radical cleric Anjem Choudary guilty of inviting IS support


Anjem Choudary, one of the most controversial radical clerics in the UK, has been convicted of inviting others to support the so-called Islamic State group, it can now be reported.
Choudary, 49, encouraged support for the militant group in a series of talks posted on social networking site YouTube, the Old Bailey heard.
He faces up to 10 years in jail.
The verdict was delivered on 28 July, but for legal reasons can only now be reported for the first time.
Choudary was convicted alongside his close confidante, Mohammed Mizanur Rahman.
The trial heard how the men decided in the summer of 2014 that the group then known as Isis [Islamic State in Iraq and al-Sham/the Levant] had formed a "Khilafah", or Islamic State, that demanded the obedience and support of Muslims.
They then invited others to support IS through speeches and announced their own oath of allegiance to its leader.
Counter-terrorism chiefs have spent almost 20 years trying to bring Choudary to trial, blaming him, and the proscribed organisations which he helped to run, for radicalising young men and women.

If anythings going to start it all up again this surely will.

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Ho-Hum
Choudary has been taking the p-ss for years and getting away with it.  The authorities have been afraid of upsetting him.



He should be locked in the Tower of London for treason and never see daylight again.  May the ravens feast on his eyeballs.

Britain's most notorious hate preacher Anjem Choudary called for Buckingham Palace to be turned into a MOSQUE.

The Queen's London home would be better served as a Drop in Centre for the homeless
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confused of hornchurch
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Getting away with preaching hate for 20 years eh? Why did it take so long to take him off the streets?
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Percy
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Only the rich homeless could use the buck house drop in centre its expensive walking those streets.
Revolutions are always verbose.
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dalek1
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Er he might well of been doing the security services a few favours.
Trust me stranger things have happened.
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dalek1
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I wouldn't argue with your last comment HH.
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dalek1
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Just one last point even though its off the thread.
We all went to Windsor Castle a couple of weeks back.
You can only enter the state rooms but to look at the wealth in a few of the display cabinets there's enough there to feed and house the homeless for the next century.
But as MacMillan one of the better Tory post war prime ministers once said you dont sell off the family silverwear.
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