Skip to comments.Liverpool Bomber May Have Faked Conversion [to Christianity] to Stay in UK - Terror Blast Inquest Begins
Posted on 01/01/2022 6:14:32 PM PST by marshmallow
THE Liverpool bomber who blew himself up in a failed terrorist attack at the city's women's hospital may have faked his conversion from Islam to Christianity in order to remain in the UK, the inquest has been told.
Emad Al Swealmeen, 32, died shortly before 11am on Remembrance Sunday last month when a bomb he was carrying partially blew up in the back of a taxi outside Liverpool Women's Hospital. The Iraqi-born terrorist had constructed the homemade bomb with “murderous intent”, a coroner at Liverpool and Wirral coroner’s court said today. Al Swealmeen had also failed in an asylum application after claiming to have converted to Christianity.
The inquest heard how he came to the country illegally in May 2014 with a Jordanian passport and UK visa.
Senior coroner André Rebello said: “Shortly after his arrival he claimed, it is believed falsely, that he was of Syrian heritage and claimed asylum as a refugee from that country.”
He added that claim and all subsequent claims for asylum had been refused, with the latest refusal in November 2020.
Mr Rebello also spoke about reports Al Swealmeen had rejected Islam and converted to Christianity.
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The koran does tell them to lie to non muslims.
No Muzscum would ever lie, it is against their fake religion.
Son of Mad Mo'.
Wouldn’t he be more likely to get asylum if he converted to Islam? They don’t seem to like Chri.
These low iq, inbred, violent animals will never civilize. They should not be allowed in other countries.
The reasoning (on the part of the authorities who grant asylum) is: "Oh, he has converted to Christianity, so of course we can't send him back to his sh*thole Muslim country where they would persecute him because of his conversion!"
Side note: Most recent converts to Christianity don't then become suicide bombers. That's kinda a Muslim thing.
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