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Islamist who instigated anti-Hindu violence in Leicester had claimed 7/7 London bombings had been achieved by British govt

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Islamist who instigated anti-Hindu violence in Leicester had claimed 7/7 London bombings were done by British govt

Majid Freeman has turn out to be a subject of debate since he brazenly got here out to assist the Islamists attacking Hindus within the United Kingdom. He unfold pretend information concerning the anti-Hindu clashes in Leicester and instigated Muslim youth towards the Hindu neighborhood.

Since OpIndia and netizens uncovered him, outdated tweets of his have surfaced the place he used his social media presence to propagate misinformation and unfold his propaganda to assist Islamists. Interestingly, BBC and Guardian quoted Freeman as a “Good Samaritan”, whitewashing his wrongdoings.

Good Samaritan & neighborhood activist acc to @BBCNews and @guardian

— Manu Khajuria 🇮🇳 (@KhajuriaManu) October 4, 2022

In one such try, Freeman known as the 7/7 London Bombings of 2005 “false flag ops by the British government”. The screenshot of his tweet was shared broadly on social media. In the tweet, he mentioned, “R.I.P all the innocent victims sacrificed by the government in the False Flag 7/7 operation”. Notably, after the tweet went viral, Freeman deleted it.

Source: SHHAN/Twitter

One of essentially the most outstanding accounts that shared his problematic tweets’ screenshots was ‘Stop Hindu Hate Advocacy Network’ or SHHAN.

Freeman believes 9/11 NYC bombing and seven/7 London bombings had been achieved by their respective governments. This is what he tweeted. He known as them “False Flag operations”. 12/13 pic.twitter.com/ljkKYt6TL3

— Stop Hindu Hate Advocacy Network (SHHAN) (@HinduHate) September 19, 2022

If we have a look at the one-month stats of his tweets, it’s notable that Freeman deleted 22 tweets on September 26 and 5 on September 27. OpIndia can not verify if he had deleted these tweets in the course of the two days or not.

The screenshots had been shared by SHHAN on September 19. Before them, a number of different netizens identified hateful tweets as effectively. Interestingly, in the course of the interval Majid was spreading misinformation and pretend information about anti-Hindu assaults in Leicester, he gained over 6,000 followers in simply three days from September 18 to September 20.

Freeman deleted 27 tweets inside days after screenshots of his tweets blaming the British govt for the 7/7 assaults went viral. Source: Social Blade.

This was not the one assault that was deemed ‘false’ by Freeman. He additionally blamed the United States authorities for the 9/11 assault, the place hijacked planes plunged into Twin Towers in New York City, killing 1000’s. Those tweets additionally stand deleted.

Source: SHHAN/Twitter

However, a number of different tweets claiming Islamic terrorists weren’t behind the assault and that it was an “inside job” are nonetheless obtainable on his account.

Source: Twitter

Source: Twitter
The London Bombings of 2005

The ‘London Bombings of 2005’, also called ‘7/7 attacks’ or ‘July 7 attacks’, had been coordinated suicide bomb assaults that passed off on the London transit system on the morning of July 7, 2005. As per reviews, three bombs exploded in three trains on the London Underground, ensuing within the loss of life of 39 individuals. One hour after the primary assault, one other bomb was detonated on the higher deck of a bus in Tavistock Square, ensuing within the loss of life of 13 individuals. Furthermore, over 700 individuals had been reportedly injured within the 4 assaults.

The bombers used cheap, available supplies to make the bombs. Thus, the advance detection of the plot was extremely unlikely. As a results of the assault, a sequence of adjustments had been delivered to the British Counterterrorism Policy.

During the investigation, it was revealed that three of the bombers travelled from the positioning in Leeds, the place they made the bombs, to Luton. The fourth bomber joined them in Luton. They carried the bombs of their backpacks and boarded a practice to King’s Cross station, London. At round 8:30 AM, they entered the station and boarded completely different trains to east and west on the Circle Line and south on the Piccadilly Line. After 20 minutes of boarding the trains, they carried out the assaults.

The assault in Russell Square killed 26 and injured over 340. The assault in Aldgate killed seven and injured over 170. The assault at Edgware Road killed six and injured over 160.

An hour later, the fourth bomber attacked a crowded bus en path to Hackney. In that assault, 13 individuals had been killed, and over 100 had been injured. An intensive investigation was carried out, and by July 16, police launched the names of all 4 bombers who had been killed within the assaults. There had been theories of a ‘fifth bomber’ or a ‘foreign mastermind’, however the investigation companies dominated them out.

Later in September 2005, Ayman al-Zawahiri, the deputy chief of the terrorist organisation Al-Qaeda, claimed partial duty for the assault. In April 2007, the investigation companies charged three British Muslims for helping within the planning of the assault. However, in 2009 they had been cleared of the fees.