This video from the USA says about itself:
25 May 2017
Counterterror raids continue across the UK after Monday’s terrorist attack in Manchester. More about the attacker’s identity has come to light: The son of Libyan immigrants, he spent time in his parents’ country and may have been radicalized by the same anti-Qaddafi milieu that MI5 encouraged and supported during NATO’s 2011 incursion. RT America’s Alexey Yaroshevsky has the details. Then, investigative journalist Max Blumenthal joins RT America’s Ashlee Banks to discuss how the West enabled the very terror groups that continue to wreak havoc.
Translated from Belgian daily Het Nieuwsblad, 28 May 2017:
This surgeon was in Manchester caring for the victims 48 hours on end. Now he is being abused as a ‘terrorist’
British doctor Naveed Yasin, 37, cared for the victims of the bomb explosion after the attack in Manchester for 48 hours. But instead of hugs and gratitude, the man was reproached of being a terrorist: “Go back to your own country, you brown bastard!”
Doctor Yasin, an orthopedic surgeon, has a dark skin colour. Yet he was born in Britain and lives in Manchester with his wife and two children.
But the man unfortunately is often judged on his skin colour. And that was also the case after the horrific attack in Manchester.
After a 48 hours grueling shift, when he had performed emergency operations on casualties, he had gone home to refresh himself. But when he returned to the Salford Royal Hospital, he was suddenly verbally attacked by a man driving past him.
“You brown bastard! Go back to your own country, terrorist! We do not want your kind in our country. Go away!” the man heard.
Yasin had to swallow twice when these words were hurled at his head. “No matter what I say to myself, I can’t take away the hatred he had for me because of my skin colour, and the prejudices he associated with this”, he told The Times.
An extra emotional battle, after having seen terrible scenes at the operating table. “The injuries patients have had include horrific [damage] to limbs, typical bomb-blast injuries” he said. “Open fractures. Patients with penetrating injuries from shrapnel. It’s soul destroying to see what these families are going through.”
Man shouted ‘P***’ [Paki] and ‘terrorist’ at surgeon who had spent 48 hours saving Manchester victims. … Dr Yasin added that his daughter could have been among the victims. His eldest daughter Amelia, 11, had wanted to go to the targeted Ariana Grande concert, but he and his wife Firdaus ruled against it because it was on a school night: here.
Hundreds of Muslim children march to Manchester Arena to pay tribute to 22 victims: here.
U.K. EXAMINES MISSED OPPORTUNITIES IN MANCHESTER BOMBING Several people reportedly warned authorities of Salman Abedi’s extremist views. [NYT]