Friday June 5, 2020

Jihadi terrorist killers are in love with death

Could it happen here? Of course it could

11th June, 2017
The aftermath of the London Bridge attack. ‘Here we have a mixture of a 14th-century religious warrior cult and a 21st-century suicide cult' Picture: Getty

Could it happen here? That’s the legacy that Rachid Redouane - or whatever his real name is - has left us. And it’s the single most important question that we in Ireland are asking in his aftermath: could it happen here? Was he just availing of our utterly dysfunctional Irish visa system; was he part of a sleeper cell but bound for Britain, or is there something much more concerning happening here in Ireland?...

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