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Thursday, May 23, 2013

Behead a soldier in the streets of London shouting 'Allah is great'


A man whose identity has not been confirmed by the Ministry of Defense, but witnesses identified as a soldier in a barracks next to the area, was killed, allegedly decapitated with a machete. The crime occurred in the district of Woolwich, south east London. The two attackers were arrested by police in Greenwich. According to witnesses, had the appearance of being Muslim and the victim was wearing a shirt with the slogan 'Help the Heroes', a phrase often used in support of British troops in missions abroad. Police have confirmed they received a call at 14:20 noon Wednesday for an incident in Wooolwich, next to the tourist district Greenwich. It has also confirmed the death of a man (not identified) and the arrest of his attackers, one of which is serious. In the scene collected a machete and several weapons. "Police fired on two men who, according to reports at this time we were armed," he said at a public appearance for Scotland Yard officer Simon Letchford. The police commander said the "incident may cause concern in the community" and asked to avoid "unnecessary speculation" about the nature of the attack. Letchford said police now investigating the circumstances in which the initial attack occurred and that led to police firing. Ambulance Service confirmed that two wounded (the attackers) had been transferred to a hospital. The district of Woolwich, in the estuary of the River Thames is working class area outside racial or ethnic conflictsThe life of one of the injured is in danger because of the shots received , according to the London Ambulance Service. Both are treated in various hospitals, said a police spokesman. The deputy of the area, Nick Raynsford Labour condemned the attack and said that, to his knowledge, one of the attackers filmed the beheading and shouted "Allahu Akbar" ("Allah is Great") .

'An eye for an eye'

You may initiate the altercation after the two men atropellasen the soldier with crashed car that has been seen in some images. Then got out of the car and, according to eyewitnesses, approached him, that he lay down after the collision, and was beheaded with a machete , according to The Telegraph. A witness, told LBC radio, came to believe that her attackers "get the organs intended". He was attacked with knives like "a piece of meat" . "These two men were upset," he said. "They were like animals. They dragged him from the sidewalk and dumped his body in the middle of the street and left him there." Then the attackers remained in place, waving knives and a gun, andasking passersby to take out his picture , "as if to be on TV or something," said James. In some images broadcast by ITV News (though not who could burn), one of the attackers speaks directly to the camera to explain their motivations."We swear by the Almighty Allah will never stop fighting against you. The only reason we did this is because Muslims die everyday . This British soldier is an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth ", argues. "We apologize for that women have to do this today but in our land our women have to do the same. Your people will never be safe. reverse yourself from your government. importáis They do not. "

'A brave women'

According to witnesses, far from being dominated by fear, there were people who got out of their car and approached the body lying on the ground next to that were still criminals. Specifically, it was women who came between the aggressors and the soldier not to continue hurting him, according to 'The Telegraph'. "A courageous women" in the words of the witnesses, the attackers clashed as they waved their knives in a threatening manner. The Muslim Council of Britain, for its part, condemned "without reservation" the murder of the soldier, calling it a "barbaric act, with no basis in Islam" . Prime Minister David Cameron has interrupted his meetings in Brussels and Paris to convene a meeting of Cobra, the safety committee, chaired by Interior Minister Theresa May. The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson , said it is "very likely" that it is "a terrorist act".

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