Place of Birth: Manchester, United Kingdom;
Abdalraouf Abdallah was convicted of terrorist offences in 2016 and was given a sentence of nine-and-a-half years, the last four of which were due to be spent on licence.
His release comes amid a public inquiry into the 2017 bombing at an Ariana Grande concert, which left 22 people dead and hundreds more injured.
The inquiry has heard that Abdallah has “important evidence” to give on the background of the attack. However, he is currently refusing to speak to police, citing his legal privilege not to answer questions which might incriminate himself.
He was paralysed in 2011 while fighting in Libya, before coming back to the UK to receive treatment.
Abdallah was considered to be a “dangerous” offender by the judge who sentenced him, he was able to receive unvetted visitors because he was a Category B inmate.
Abdallah will be released on the strictest parole. The measures are thought to include being fitted with a GPS tag, adhering to a curfew, taking part in a de-radicalisation scheme and only using the internet under supervision.
At this moment, no connections were found with this entity.
- Manchester bomber’s terrorist friend to be released from jail A jailed terrorist who is refusing to co-operate with authorities after...[+]
- The MI5 was alerted to Manchester Arena bomber eighteen times before the terrorist attack Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi was brought to the attention of...[+]
- Manchester Arena bomber visited convicted terror offender in prison The Manchester Arena bomber had visited a convicted terror offender in...[+]
We fight against terrorists and their supporters. LLL releases entities who are connected in any way to a particular terrorist group or agenda. Support us in this fight for better and free world. Live And Let Live | Global Fight Against Terrorism Funding - Less Money, Less Terror.