London terrorist named as hate preacher Abu Izzadeen

 
London terrorist named as hate preacher Abu Izzadeen
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UPDATE: Confusion over identity of London terrorism suspect

Trevor Brooks, a convert to Islam, who turned into radical hate preacher Abu Izzadeen, is responsible for the London terror.

Press reports are circulating that the terrorist responsible for the attack on Westminster Bridge in London, has been named as Abu Izzadeen, born Trevor Brooks from Clapton in Hackney, an infamous UK-born hate-preacher amd Islamic extremist who had been convicted for raising funds for terrorism, reports Zero Hedge.

According to TheStreet, the attacker was confirmed dead by the Scotland Yard, and they believe he acted alone.

Trevor Brooks converted to Islam the day before he turned 18, on 17 April 1993, changing his name to Omar, but preferring to be called Abu Izadeen. He was fluent in Arabic.

He trained and worked for a while as an electrician. He and his Arab-born wife Mokhtaria were married in 1998. They have three children.

Abu Izadeen was arrested a numbers of times, and in 2008 he was among six men convicted at Kingston Crown Court of supporting terrorism, while the jury failed to reach a verdict on a third charge of encouraging terrorism. He was subsequently jailed for four and a half years.

UPDATE: Confusion over identity of London terrorism suspect

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