Salman Abedi - Ariana Grande Bomber

Salman Abedi Ariana Grande Bomber
Salman Abedi Ariana Grande Bomber

After the deadly explosion yesterday at the Manchester concert for Ariana Grande, the bomber has been named. According to the latest reports, the suicide bomber was identified as Salman Abedi. This suicide bomber killed 22 people, including an eight-year-old girl, and injured many more. As many as 100 people or more were injured at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, UK.

Reports stated that the terrorism level was raised in Britain from severe to critical because of this happening. According to this report, some of the people could have even been killed by the stampede of people fleeing the arena after they heard the loud explosion. Some of them could have been stampeded to death by others who were trying to get away as fast as they could.

It is sad that we live in a world that this has happened. People can't even go to a concert and enjoy themselves these days because of terrorism threats.

Not only has the suicide bomber been identified, but it was found out that although he was living in Manchester, he was of Libyan descent. He had even attended Salford University where he was studying business before he dropped out early.

Apparently, according to a friend of Abedi, he had returned to Libya three weeks ago and just came back to Manchester three days ago. Abedi, who was 22-years-old, was described by friends as being “normal” and having “nothing wrong with him” such as being violent. Investigators in Manchester are trying to determine whether or not he was working alone or was a part of a terror group.

Many of the victims of the terrorist explosion were actually young teenagers and children who were just trying to enjoy the Ariana Grande concert. Some of the first victims included eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos from Leyland and a teenager named Georgina Callander from a nearby city, Chorley. The British Prime Minister named the suicide bomber an “appalling sickening cowardice.”

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