One of the ringleaders of the Sri Lankan bomb attacks was the son of a wealthy spice tycoon who became “brainwashed” by his radical younger brother, the Telegraph can disclose.
The first images emerged on Wednesday of Inshaf Ahamed Ibrahim, the Sri Lankan suicide bomber and alleged mastermind of the atrocity which killed 359 people.
Security services are understood to be examining his links to Britain after a source confirmed he had travelled to the UK frequently in recent years.
Ibrahim, 33, blew himself up at the Cinnamon Grand just before 9am local time in a third-floor restaurant. Ibrahim’s younger brother Ilham also killed himself when he detonated a suicide bomb at the Shangri-La Hotel,…
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