MI5 just foiled an Islamic terrorist attempt to kill the Prime Minister of the UK. Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, allegedly “planned to launch a bomb attack on the security gates outside Downing Street before detonating a suicide vest in Number 10 in a bid to kill Theresa May,” the Telegraph reported.
An assassination attempt on the PM is big news, but at the time of this writing London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan doesn’t even mention it on his Twitter page. Instead, his most recent concern is that the UK apologize to India for a massacre that took place 100 years ago.
I’m calling on the British Government to make a full and formal apology to the people of Amritsar and India for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. It is shameful that, almost 100 years later, this has not yet happened. https://t.co/MqYJuyXcef
— Mayor of London (@MayorofLondon) December 6, 2017
Mayor Khan’s Twitter page has multiple photos of himself, and mentions of his trip to Pakistan and India, his intention to create gender neutral toilet facilities, clean air – and if you scroll down the page you’ll find a condemnation of U.S. President Donald Trump. But you’ll find no mention of the Islamic terrorist assassination attempt on the PM which took place in the city he was elected to be the mayor of.