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Muslim cleric is forced to flee Manchester after he condemned Islamic extremism at bombing inquiry


A Muslim cleric has fled Manchester due to physical and online threats to his life, after he condemned Islamic extremism during the Manchester Arena bombing inquiry.

Mohammed El-Saeiti was challenged by three stalkers near his home, and extensively threatened on social media, after he appeared at the November inquiry last year.

One of the stalkers told Mr El-Saeiti ‘you’ll be dead’ if he continued to speak out against extremism, The Times reported. 

The second man, thought to be Libyan, stood carrying a rucksack with his hand in his pocket.

Mohammed El-Saeiti has now fled Manchester and will be moving to a secret location, it is understood

Mohammed El-Saeiti has now fled Manchester and will be moving to a secret location, it is understood

Libyan-born Mr El-Saeiti believed he was trying to imitate the pose of terrorist Salman Abedi, 22, who detonated the rucksack bomb in the Manchester Arena in May 2017 — killing 22 people and himself in the process, while leaving hundreds more injured.

Six police cars were called out to Mr El-Saeiti, but the three men had gone before they…



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