Manchester bomber’s remains flown to Libya after UK mosques rejected them

Manchester bomber, Salman Abedi. (Photo: Internet)

Manchester bomber Salman Abedi has been buried in Libya after UK mosques refused to deal with his body. 

 Abedi killed 22 people and injured 120 when he detonated a bomb outside the Ariana Grande concert in May. 

 MI5 chiefs ‘missed key warnings’ about Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi He was born in Britain to Libyan parents and regularly attended a mosque in Didsbury – but British mosques refused to have anything to do with his funeral rites after the atrocity. 

 His family could could not find a mosque which would deal with his remains so flew them to Tripoli where they were buried in a secret location without a full Islamic service. 


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