Islamic terrorist Abdul Lathief Jameel Mohamed, suspect suicide bomber in Sri Lanka, was radicalised at a London university.
He studied aerospace engineering at Kingston University then returned to Sri Lanka in 2007.
The Daily Express reports:
‘Intelligence agents are now investigating if Mohamed was radicalised in the UK and whether he came into contact with jihadists during his time in the country. Jameel Mohamed died in the blast at the Tropical Inn as eight other explosions were felt around the city and the country. Sri Lanka’s Deputy Defence Minister Ruwan Wijewardene confirmed one of the bombers studied in the UK, but did not name him or which university or college he attended.’
Mohamed was one of nine terrorists who carried out the bombings which injured more than 500 and killed 359 people.
In 2015 then prime minister David Cameron condemned Kingston University for hosting the most extremist speakers of any university.