Barbaric Muslim savagery in the streets of London after soldier is beheaded. Muslim Murderers shout Allah Akbar

Barbaric Muslim savagery in the streets of London after soldier is beheaded. News now reporting it was Muslim attackers shouting Allahu Akbar as they gloated in butchering the injured soldier. More to follow…..

1744:

Senior Whitehall sources have told the BBC that the Woolwich attackers are thought to have tried to film their attack whilst shouting “Allahu Akbar” – God is Great, says political editor Nick Robinson.

The men were said to have been of Muslim appearance.

The Prime Minister is expected to speak to the Home Secretary at 18:15 BST from a train to Paris about what is now being treated by government as a suspected terrorist attack, Mr Robinson says.

Key Points

  • Police called to ‘frenzied machete attack’ in Woolwich, south-east London
  • Incident now being treated by the government as a suspected terrorist attack, says BBC’s Nick Robinson
  • Local MP Nick Raynsford says a soldier from Woolwich Barracks died in the incident
  • Reports suggest a man was attacked in the street by two individuals who were later shot by officers
  • Home Secretary Theresa May calls a meeting of Cobra, the government’s emergency response committee
    1. 1758:

      Met Police Commander Simon Letchford confirms officers shot two men at the scene.

      He said he believed “from early reports” that both men were carrying weapons.

    2. 1754:

      Numerous pictures have been taken by witnesses and others who arrived on the scene after the incident.

    3. 1754: James

      an eye-witness on the scene toldLBC: “These two guys were crazy, they just were not there, they were just animals. They dragged the poor guy – he was obviously dead, there was no way a human could take what they did to him. They dragged him from the pavement and dumped his body in the middle of the road and left his body there.”

    4. 1753:

      Senior aides to Mayor of London Boris Johnson describe the Woolwich killing as a ‘sickening deluded deranged act of violence’, says the BBC’s Robin Brant.

    5. 1744:

      Senior Whitehall sources have told the BBC that the Woolwich attackers are thought to have tried to film their attack whilst shouting “Allahu Akbar” – God is Great, says political editor Nick Robinson.

      The men were said to have been of Muslim appearance.

      The Prime Minister is expected to speak to the Home Secretary at 18:15 BST from a train to Paris about what is now being treated by government as a suspected terrorist attack, Mr Robinson says.

    6. 1738:

      Witness Graham Wilders told the BBC he arrived on the scene to find a car crashed into a wall and a man on the ground.

      “Two people were lying over him and I thought they were trying to resuscitate him,” he said.

      But Mr Wilders said he drove on to park his car, and when he returned another witness told him the two men were stabbing the man on the ground.

    7. 1734:

      Prime Minister David Cameron tweets: “The killing in #Woolwich is truly shocking – I have asked the Home Secretary to chair a COBRA meeting.”

    8. 1729:
      A crowd standing outside the police cordonPolice have closed the area around the crime scene

      Police, who have given little information so far, say they will issue an official statement between 17:30 BST and 18:00 BST.

    9. 1727:

      Sources tell the BBC’s James Landale Mrs May has also spoken to the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Bernard Hogan-Howe, and the head of MI5, asking to be updated on the incident.

    10. 1726:

      The Home Secretary Theresa May summons a meeting of Cobra, the government’s emergency response committee in Whitehall, to assess the incident in Woolwich.

    11. 1718: This eyewitness wishes to remain anonymous

      “I was walking my dog and heard some shouting about 50 yards from me. A man was running down the road and being chased by a car. The car then screeched to a halt and two men got out one had some kind of sword. They literally swung at the other guy’s head. The armed police turned up and there were some shots. We were told to go home and now they won’t let us out. We’re in lockdown. There actually now seems more activity than there was before. I can hear helicopters and there are police officers with guns.”

    12. 1716:
      A helicopter at the scenePolice and ambulance helicopters were sent to the incident

      The Ministry of Defence said it was urgently looking at the reports that the incident involved a soldier, but had no further comment.

    13. 1714:

      London Mayor Boris Johnson says his thoughts are with the victims’ families.

    14. 1711:

      Ministry of Defence cannot confirm that a serving soldier died in the Woolwich attack.

    15. 1702:

      One witness, identified only as James, said two men attacked another man, aged about 20, who was wearing a Help for Heroes T-shirt.

      “These two guys were crazed. They were just animals. They dragged him from the pavement and dumped his body in the middle of the road and left his body there,” he told LBC radio.

    16. 1658:

      Police say they are not looking for anyone else in relation to the incident in Woolwich.

    17. 1656:

      Mr Raynsford says police have removed a “substantial number of weapons” from the scene, including knives and at least one firearm.

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One thought on “Barbaric Muslim savagery in the streets of London after soldier is beheaded. Muslim Murderers shout Allah Akbar”

  1. Hope your happy now Mr Cameron, it’s time to round up all muslims,men, women and children and send them packing before there is anymore blood on your hands.

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