Sri Lanka Massacre – Watch: Smiling Muslim terrorists enter hotel before blowing themselves up
CCTV footage has revealed the moment that two Muslim terrorists took an elevator to the restaurant of Sri Lanka’s Shangri-La hotel before blowing themselves up.
Wearing backpacks and baseball hats, the two ISIS terrorists appear to discuss their plans in the elevator on the second floor in the final moments before the Easter Sunday massacre.
The bombers then enter Table One restaurant almost unnoticed while hotel guests are having breakfast before they blow themselves up.
Authorities investigating the terror attacks have described the heavy backpacks worn by the suicide bombers as ‘crude devices made locally’.
The suicide bombers are thought to have used “Mother of Satan” TATP, chemically known as triacetone triperoxide, an explosive made from commonly available household ingredients including nail polish remover – acetone – and hydrogen peroxide.
The eight or more suicide bombers in Sri Lanka must have purchased large amounts of these two ingredients, yet despite being on the police “radar screen,” no one picked it up. According to news reports, it is suspected they made the stuff in a copper factory in Wellampitiya, a suburb of Colombo.
The factory belonged to ‘calm and devout Muslim’ terrorist Inshaf Ahamad, who is believed to have blown himself up at the Shangri-La Hotel.
ISIS terror group has claimed responsibility for the horrific massacre in Sri Lanka in which Muslim terrorists slaughtered at least 359 Christians, hotel guests, and foreign tourists in a series of coordinated terror attacks at hotels and churches across the country.
Sri Lankan authorities today confirmed one of the Muslim terrorists had studied in the UK.
Ilham Ibrahim, 36, who is the son of a millionaire spice tycoon, is understood to have set off the first bomb at the Shangri-La.
Seconds later YouTube Islamist ranter Zahran Hashim detonated a second device.
Police sources later confirmed Ilham’s 38-year-old brother Inshaf was the suicide bomber who blew up the Cinnamon Grand Hotel in Colombo.
Their twisted Muslim family of hate is at the center of the series of the horrifying attacks in Sri Lanka.
The brothers’ wealthy dad, Yoonis, who is also a trustee at the local mosque, was among more than 40 jihadists in custody.
Earlier, CCTV footage emerged of a Muslim terrorist entering St Sebastian’s Church in Negombo moments before blowing himself up and murdering at more than 100 Christian worshipers.
ISIS’s news agency Amaq published a picture and video claiming to identify the seven Muslim terrorists who carried out eight coordinated bomb blasts in and around the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo, pledging allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
The Muslim terrorists were identified as Abu Ubayda, Abu al-Mukhtar, Abu Khalil, Abu Hamza, Abu al-Bara’a, Abu Muhammad, and Abu Abdullah.
It shows them standing in front of an ISIS flag wearing black robes and masks over their faces while carrying knives.
A total of eight terrorists can be seen, despite the Amaq statement mentioning seven bombers.
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe confirmed that the government had prior information about the terror attacks, but failed to take preventive steps.
Cabinet spokesman Rajitha Senaratne said today that the sick terrorists were helped by an “international network.”
Muslim terrorist Moulvi Zahran Hashim, the founder of NTJ who referred to himself as Abu Ubaida, was named as the mastermind behind the Easter Sunday massacre.
US ambassador to Sri Lanka Alaina Teplitz says the US believes there are ‘ongoing terrorist plots’ and warns of further terror attacks on large gatherings and public spaces, adding that terrorists can strike without warning.
Sri Lankan police said on Wednesday they carried out a controlled explosion of a suspicious motorscooter parked near the popular Savoy cinema in the capital Colombo.
There were no explosives in the vehicle, police said.