How Sudanese immigrant who ‘carried out UK parliament terror outrage’ hails from British jihadi hotspot linked to past extremist plots and home to one in 10 convicted Islamic terrorists

Wednesday, August 15, 2018
By Paul Martin

Salih Khater, from Birmingham, veered off road into pedestrians and cyclists at Parliament Square at 7.37am
Emerged 29 year old drove from flat in Sparkhill, Birmingham, to London on Monday before driving around
Sparkhill area linked to numerous jihadis and also terror plots in the UK and the Paris and Brussels attacks
Khater cruised tourist spots around Tottenham Court Road before before going to Whitehall and Westminster
Crash came 17 months after Khalid Masood killed 5 on Westminster Bridge before murdering PC Keith Palmer

15 August 2018

The Sudanese immigrant accused of trying to kill pedestrians in Parliament Square hails from a Midlands suburb considered a terror hotspot because of the extraordinary number of jihadis who have lived there.

Salih Khater, 29, a British citizen who moved to the UK from Sudan five years ago, lived in a flat in Sparkhill, an area of south Birmingham home to one in 10 UK extremists jailed over Islamic terrorist plots.

His council flat is also just ten minutes from the former home of Khalid Masood, whose murderous rampage 17 months ago appears to have inspired Khater’s own carborne attack yesterday.

Last year it was reported that one in ten convicted Islamic terrorists come from the tiny area of Birmingham, south-east of the city centre.

Most recently a group of extremists from the area who called themselves the ‘Three Musketeers’ were jailed for life last year.

Sparkhill neighbours Naweed Ali, 29, Khobaib Hussain, 25 and Mohibur Rahman, 33, planned to launch murder on Britain’s streets using a car before attacking people with meat cleavers etched with ‘Kafir’ and setting off a pipe bomb.

Belgian jihadi Mohamed Abrini, better known as the ‘man in the hat’, collected £3,000 to fund his terrorism during a secret handover in Sparkhill’s nearest park months before masterminding terror attacks in Paris and Brussels in 2015.

Abrini later became one of the world’s most wanted men after 130 people died in ISIS attacks on Paris in 2015 – and was arrested after he accompanied suicide bombers into Brussels Airport where 33 died but he fled.

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