Three more suspects have been nabbed by British police in connection with the barbaric machete attack on a British Army soldier near military barracks in Woolwich in London.
Universities in Britain have been asked to draw up guidelines on handling preachers who have a track record of inciting hatred in aftermath of the Woolwich attack.
One of the two suspected terrorists, who hacked a British soldier to death on a busy London street, was radicalized in Britain`s most notorious youth jail.
Michael Adebowale, the accused in Woolwich murder, was reportedly approached by MI5 months six months before the killing with a proposal to work for the security service, a childhood friend had claimed.
MI5 now faces a House of Commons inquiry after it was confirmed the two terror suspects arrested over his murder were known to the national security agency.
The Independent has learned that the terrorist was also known as Mujahid.
The suspects behind the Woolwich beheading of a British soldier were reportedly inspired by the preachings of cleric Omar Bakri Mohammed.
"Ohhhhh myyyy God!!!! I just see a man with his head chopped off right in front of my eyes!," rapper Boya Dee live tweeted in horror as he saw the London terror attack unfold.
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