SHOCKING NEWS: BOMB BLAST AT MANCHESTER UNITED Manchester bomber Salman Abedi, 22, is pictured for the first time – as Theresa May raises terror threat to ‘critical’ after suicide attack

THIS is the Brit-born suicide bomber who killed 22 innocent people and maimed 64 others in the Manchester Arena nail bomb massacre.
Sick terrorist Salman Abedi, 22, was unmasked as Theresa May raised the UK threat level to “critical” for the first time in 10 years with up to 3,800 soldiers on the streets because another terror attack could be “imminent”.
The Home Secretary Amber Rudd has this morning said it’s “likely” Abedi “was not doing this on his own” as police arrested three more men in South Manchester in connection with the incident.
This is the first picture of Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi Salman Abedi, pictured at Didsbury mosque, was known ‘up to a point’ to the intelligence services, Home Secretary Amber Rudd said

The Sun can reveal Abedi had secret jihadi training during family trips to Syria and spooks fear he was not acting alone when he carried out the atrocity that ISIS has claimed responsibility for.
Today French interior minister Gerard Collomb has said the Manchester bomber is believed to have travelled to Syria and had “proven” links with the Islamic State terror group.
Mr Collomb said: “He was a British national of Libyan origin, he grew up in Great Britain.
“All of a sudden he travelled to Libya and then most likely to Syria, became radicalised and decided to commit this attack.”
The monster – who was killed when he detonated a bomb at Ariana Grande’s gig on Monday night that killed concert-goers as young as eight – was born and grew up in Britain.
Abedi’s family originally hail from Libya and he is thought to have visited the North African country – also a haven for ISIS fighters – regularly in recent years.
Sources said there were fears Abedi may have taken advantage of the conflict to make the simple journey across the Med to Syria without alerting the British authorities.
One revealed: “His potential ties to Syria now very much forms one line of inquiry.”
Cops are also probing whether Abedi, who is believed to have been known to MI5, acted alone or as part of a larger extremist network to carry out the worst terror attack Britain has seen since the 7/7 London bombings.
And Met Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley admitted there were “gaps in our knowledge” about Abedi and the PM said it was possible a “wider group of individuals” could have been involved in the “cowardly” attack.


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