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Reading Terrorist Shouted "Allahu Akbar" Before Murdering 3 Gay Men

The mainstream media have been in virtual meltdown over last weeks terrorist attack because it doesn't fit their narrative. Not only does it not fit the narrative, but anyone presenting the FACTS, as we have done here, has been instantly called racist.

The BBC, Guardian, Channel4, Sky and others all reported the attacker as being an 'asylum seeker who had mental health issues', and not the swivel-headed loony who brought his barbaric ideology with him when he took advantage of this country's feeble immigration laws, only to murder three gay men due to his religious beliefs. The BBC were quick to say that it "was not a terrorist incident" even though it was blatantly obvious to everyone that it was. When later the police confirmed it was considered a terrorist attack, the BBC didn't bother to retract their earlier statement, preferring to continue the lie that the religious nutter was "suffering with mental health issues" They also neglected to mention that the three victims were Gay. This doesn't change the severity of the incident, but does provide a better insight into the attackers motivations. The MSM even ran a sub-story given by his brother who claimed that Saadallah had been the victim of racism and was defending himself. He added "Freedom for my brother Before !!” and later posted. “We are not terroris [sic] and fuck England,”

Today, Khairi Saadallah (25). is to face charges of allegedly attacking James Furlong, 36, David Wails, 49, and Joseph Ritchie-Bennett, 39,on Saturday, June 20. Saadallah is also charged with attempting to murder their friend Stephen Young as well as Patrick Edwards and Nishit Nisudan, who were also sat in the park in a nearby group, during an attack lasting less than two minutes.

Wearing a grey, prison-issue tracksuit and blue face-mask, he stood in the dock to confirm his name, date of birth and that he lived in Reading. Prosecutor Jan Newbold told the court Saadallah is alleged to have bought the murder weapon, a large kitchen knife, from a supermarket the day before the attack, which was declared a terrorist incident.

She said he began to stab his alleged victims "without warning or provocation" adding: "At the time of the incident, the defendant was heard to shout words to the effect of "Allah u Akbar" (God is great)." Saadallah, of Basingstoke Road, Reading, did not enter pleas to three charges of murder and three of attempted murder during a hearing lasting less than 10 minutes.

Chief Magistrate Emma Arbuthnot remanded him in custody until Wednesday, when he will next appear at the Old Bailey. Saadallah stood in the dock as she told him: "I'm sending this case to the Central Criminal Court, the Old Bailey. You will be there, almost definitely, by video-link in two days."  

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