The sister of Salman Abedi told reporters he launched his suicide attack on a concert out of “love for Islam.”
Abedi blew up 22 concert goers in his body blast.
The Islamic State took credit for the attack.
22 people including an 8 year-old girl were murdered in the bombing.
Salman Abedi took out several student loans to pay for his trips to terror camps to learn how to blow up children.
The Telgraph reported:
Salman Abedi is understood to have received thousands of pounds in state funding in the run up to Monday’s atrocity even while he was overseas receiving bomb-making training.
Police are investigating Abedi’s finances, including how he paid for frequent trips to Libya where he is thought to have been taught to make bombs at a jihadist training camp.[…] One former detective said jihadists were enrolling on university courses to collect the student loans “often with no intention of turning up”.
Abedi was given at least £7,000 from the taxpayer-funded Student Loans Company after beginning a business administration degree at Salford University in October 2015.
It is thought he received a further £7,000 in the 2016 academic year even though by then he had already dropped out of the course. Salford University declined to say if it had informed the Student Loans Company that Abedi’s funding should have been stopped.