Abu Izzadeen Photos: Must-See Pictures of Misidentified Parliament Knifeman

Abu Izzadeen, born Trevor Brooks, has been identified as the alleged attacker in Wednesday’s terrorist incident near Parliament. Izzadeen reportedly injured 20 people, including policemen, and killed four during a car and knife attack.
Immediately before the incident around 2:45 PM London time, a crowd of was seen running from the direction of Westminster Bridge and around the corner into Parliament Square.

Update (March 22, 5:11 PM):

After multiple media outlets identified Abu Izzadeen as the man behind the attack in London on Wednesday, it turns out that the alleged terror suspect is currently in jail, according to both a BBC News reporter.
The Deputy Parliament Speaker confirmed earlier that the House meeting had been suspended.

Scotland Yard has labeled it as a firearms incident on Westminster Bridge amid reports of multiple people being injured. Police requested that the underground station at Westminster be shut down.

What Happened?

Izzadeen, armed with a machete, attacked people at the Palace of Parliament in London, England. At least 20 people were injured and four people were killed. It is believed that Izzadeen himself was shot dead by police.


Who Is Abu Izzadeen?

Abu Izzadeen, born Trevor Brooks, was a British spokesman for Al Ghurabaa, a British Muslim organization banned under the Terrorism Act 2006 for the glorification of terrorism. In April 2008, Izzadeen was convicted on charges of terrorist fund-raising and inciting terrorism oversees. He served three and a half years in prison.
Izzadeen was known as a “hate preacher” and an Al Qaeda disciple who glorified suicide bombers and once heckled Home Secretary John Reid. In 2004, he told a group of Mosque goers: “So we are terrorists – terrify the enemies of Allah. The Americans and British only understand one language. It’s the language of blood.”
Izzadeen was arrested four separate times before the Westminster terror attack. He was 41-years-old.


About the Palace of Westminster

The Palace of Westminster is the meeting place of the House of Commons and the House of Lords, the two houses of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Commonly known as the Houses of Parliament after its occupants, it is also known as the “heart of British politics”. The Palace lies on the north bank of the River Thames in the City of Westminster, in central London.
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Media Misidentifies Parliament Attacker Identified As Radicalized British Terrorist
Media Misidentifies Parliament Attacker Identified As Radicalized British Terrorist
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