“Yesterday it emerged that Mohamed Amoudi was investigated for allegedly attempting to travel to Syria to join ISIS, and was held by police in 2015.”
But he was still free to plot jihad murder in 2017. There are just so many young jihadis, British authorities can’t keep track of them all, or divert enough resources from hounding foes of jihad terror to do so adequately.
Front row seat: Mohamed Amoudi, circled, listens to controversial cleric Haitham al-Haddad at Queen Mary University of London
“Dramatic moment police burst into the suburban house of teacher, 21, ‘who was plotting to murder a police officer after travelling to Syria to join ISIS,’” by Dave Burke, Rebecca Camber, Emine Sinmaz and Josh White, Daily Mail, April 29, 2017:
Dramatic footage shows armed police outside the north London home of a 21-year-old teacher suspected of planning to murder a police officer.
Yesterday it emerged that Mohamed Amoudi was investigated for allegedly attempting to travel to Syria to join ISIS, and was held by police in 2015.
A video clip taken from the street where the house was raided shows officers outside the home, and the woman filming it captured the moment shots were fired.
Amoudi was arrested while trying to flee police while getting off a bus in Willesden Green.
It is thought people arrested at the home included family members. His activity on social media expressing radical religious views had previously been investigated by police.
He was planning to carry out an attack in a crowded tourist area, The Sun reports.
He is one of seven people still being questioned by police, including a suspected knifeman arrested in the heart of Westminster, held after separate operations in London…