Suicide bomber pats child on the head… then blows himself up in church: Fanatic is seen seconds before murder as ISIS claim responsibility for attack that was ‘revenge for Christchurch massacre’

Tuesday, April 23, 2019
By Paul Martin

At least 321 people were killed on Easter Sunday, 45 of them children, while more than 500 were injured
Chilling clip shows attacker patting girl, who is believed to be Dilip Fernando’s granddaughter, on the head
Sri Lanka has blamed attack on National Thowheed Jamaath (NTJ) and Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen India (JMI)
NTJ were subject of intelligence warning, which said they were going to attack churches, 10 days before
ISIS have claimed responsibility for the co-ordinated attacks in country, but did not give evidence for its claim
Suicide bomber checked into unnamed fourth hotel but did not detonate his device for unknown reasons
He was chased by police after suspicious workers reported him, but blew himself up as police confronted him
Two sons of wealthy spice trader are believed to have blown themselves up using ‘crude devices’ at hotels
When police raided the home of the ‘family cell’, one brother’s wife blew herself and her two children up
Police have arrested 40 people over attacks three luxury hotels popular with tourists and three churches

23 April 2019

Chilling CCTV footage captured one of the Sri Lankan Easter Sunday suicide bombers patting a little girl on the head moments before launching an attack that ISIS have claimed responsibility for.

The terrorist can be seen sauntering towards St Sebastian’s Church in Negombo while wearing a large backpack containing a ‘crude device made locally’ that was used to massacre Christian worshippers.

The Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith, said at least 110 people died in the St Sebastian’s blast, the deadliest in a series of attacks against churches and luxury hotels that killed 321 people in total and left more than 500 injured.

It comes as all seven of the suicide bombers who carried out the devastating Sri Lanka Easter Sunday bombings were pictured together in an image released by ISIS.

ISIS’s news agency Amaq posted a picture on Twitter claiming to identify the seven attackers as Abu Ubayda, Abu al-Mukhtar, Abu Khalil, Abu Hamza, Abu al-Bara’a, Abu Muhammad, and Abu Abdullah.

It shows them standing in front of an ISIS flag wearing black robes and masks over their faces while carrying knives.

A total of eight people can be seen in the photo, despite the Amaq statement mentioning seven bombers.

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