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Westminster Terror Killer Was Public Contact Point for Extremist UK Mosque, Friend of Suicide Bomber

The Sunday Times has revealed that last month's Westminster terror killer, who murdered five and injured another forty-nine more victims, was a senior official at a known extremist hub, the Luton Islamic Centre.

This news comes as the fifth victim from the attack, 31-year old Romanian architect Andreea Cristea, died this past Thursday.

Cristea's name now joins the four other victims:

The Sunday Times reports that their killer, Khalid Masood, has been identified as the public contact point for the Luton Islamic Centre -- a hotspot for extremism in the UK associated with several prior terror plots. According to the Times:

The Westminster terrorist had a key role at a mosque that urges Muslims to take up weapons to gain “victory over the Jews and the rest of the enemies of Islam”.

Khalid Masood was a public contact person for calltoislam.com, the main website of the hardline Luton Islamic Centre mosque.

Masood’s name, a phone number that The Sunday Times has confirmed as his, and the calltoislam.com web address appear on stickers attached to leaflets on display at the mosque.

This is remarkable, since some UK media had reported that his former boss claimed he had no attraction to radical Islam:

However, the source of those claims reveals something interesting: