Standing at the center of a crowd of Muslim jihadists, wearing a white rag on his head and holding a mobile phone, is Michael Adebolajo on the anniversary of 9/11 in 2009.
UK Daily Mail He was among hundreds of young Muslims who gathered outside Harrow Central Mosque in North-West London, to ‘defend’ it against a planned joint protest by the English Defence League and Stop the Islamisation of Europe group.
Even though that event was called off – and despite the mosque’s pleas for peace from the Muslim youths – they vented their anger on the police instead. Officers were pelted with bricks, bottles and fireworks. There were ten arrests.
This photo also is believed to be Muslim terrorist Michael Adebolajo, marching with a Muslim group that openly called for the beheading of British troops.
UK Daily Mail This new picture shows the radical, now 28, at a Muslims Against Crusaders rally, six years before he and Michael Adebowale, 22, allegedly hacked Drummer Lee Rigby to death.
Dressed in white robe and head rag, pointing to the sky and yelling aggressively, he joined dozens who protested outside Paddington Green police station in West London in 2007 after a Muslim extremist was arrested. The now-banned group became famous after members set fire to poppies on Remembrance Day in 2010, and chanted ‘British soldiers burn in hell’.
This new picture, which is almost certainly Adebolajo, raises further questions about how much the security services knew about him.