Friday June 5, 2020

Jihadi terrorist killers are in love with death

Could it happen here? Of course it could

11th June, 2017
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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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