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Dear Readers: Guess The Religion & Name Of London Bucket Bomber Suspect

We’ll give you three guesses and the first two don’t count.

The second suspect in the Parsons Green bucket bomb terror incident has finally been named.

Politicians were hemming and hawing and refusing to say anything about the suspects.

Are you guessing it’s a Lutheran named Bob?

How about a Jewish man named Micah?

No?

Would you believe his name is Yahya Faroukh and he’s a Syrian refugee?

What. A. Shocker.

This is the moment a Syrian refugee held over the Parsons Green bucket bomb was pinned to the wall by police who pretended to be waiting for a bus outside the takeaway where he worked.

Yahya Faroukh, 21, was cuffed and then wrapped in plastic to preserve evidence outside Aladdin’s Fried Chicken in Hounslow on Saturday night, where he served behind the counter for nine months.

Officers were at a bus stop while the 21-year-old suspect walked past them before they turned around and grabbed him while he allegedly yelled: ‘I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m sorry’ and a pile of Maltesers and KitKats spilled out of his bag.

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The first suspect, an 18-year old that hasn’t been named, is believed to have been an Iraqi refugee.

The pair were in foster care together, and it’s believed that they had both traveled across Europe to get to the Calais ‘Jungle camp’.

ClashDaily has reported on some of the ways that migrants are trying to leave that Calais ‘Jungle Camp’ and terrorizing motorists. And it’s nothing new. This kind of thing has been happening for years.

Scotland Yard is investigating the pair to see if they’d known each other before they fostered at the same home in Surrey.

A day earlier an 18-year-old boy in foster care with Faroukh was arrested at the Port of Dover and is believed to be the bucket bomber.

Scotland Yard are today investigating whether they first met abroad in the Calais ‘Jungle’ camp or even as far away as ISIS-controlled Syria or Iraq.

They had been showered with love by Penelope and Ronald Jones at their property in Surrey after seeking asylum.

He didn’t seem particularly religious to his neighbors and those that knew him.

Yahyah Farroukh may have been finishing a shift at Aladdin’s Fried Chicken when he was arrested by anti-terror police on Saturday night.

Suleman Sarwar, one of the owners of the takeaway in Hounslow, west London, said: ‘He never mentioned anything about ISIS or anything like that.

‘He never seemed like a radical, if anything I thought he was the opposite. He seemed very Westernised, he was into American rap music and wore Western clothes like jeans and T-shirt.

This is nothing new:

This is an Islamic principle called Taqiyya — lying to protect yourself of the Muslim community.

His neighbours didn’t think there was much to note…

Neighbour Pat Hodge, 59, said: ‘My wife and I have sat outside in the communal garden with him in the summer and had ice lollies.

‘He seems like a nice chap. Sometimes his family come down from Edinburgh, I think it’s his brother and two nephews.

… but after some thought did notice a few weird things:

‘Sometimes he and his friends go out in the garden with their prayer mats and shisha pipes. I did think it was a bit strange that whenever I leave the house in the early hours of the morning, he’s always up with his friends.

‘His lights are on all night, every night, and often there are three or four of them in there together.
‘Sometimes I wave if I’m walking past the window. They seem to play video games together.

‘The other strange thing is that he’s got hardly any furniture in his house. He sleeps on a mat and sits on the floor most of the time. It’s frightening to think we’ve welcomed him to the neighbourhood.’
Source: Daily Mail

That’s not weird, is it?

It appears that these two entered the United Kingdom as teens and took advantage of the refugee system, then attacked the country that took them in.

But the Left says that that just doesn’t happen.

And it’s ‘Islamophobic’ to say that it does.

Now, about that Travel ban…

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