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Published On: Mon, Jun 5th, 2017

London terrorist identified as Khuram Butt, who appears on ‘The Jihaidis Next Door’ TV Show

One of the London Bridge terrorists was identified and has been confirmed to have appeared in a jihadi documentary on Channel 4 and had previously “tried to go to Syria.”

Khuram Butt appeared in a television documentary last year about British extremists called The Jihadis Next Door, and was filmed at events attended by two notorious Islamic clerics.

screenshot/ The Jihadis Next Door

The Telegraph reports that the terrorist had previously worked for London transport operator Transport for London (TfL) and a branch of fast food chain KFC. He also attempted to go to Syria to fight jihad but had been talked out of it by his family as his wife was pregnant at the time.

As part of the year-long undercover documentary that aired last January, Butt was filmed attending one event alongside Mohammed Shamsuddin, who has warned that “Sharia is coming to the UK” and that the black flag of Islam will fly over Downing Street.

Shamsuddin said that his views were “moulded” by Omar Bakri, the Tottenham Ayatollah, who is now in jail in Lebanon for supporting terrorism.

Butt was also pictured with Abu Haleema, who was accused of radicalising a British schoolboy who was convicted over a plot to behead police officers during an Anzac Day parade in Australia.

 

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