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Ramadan Arson? 120-Flat Block Burn People Alive in West London After Prayer Time


Horrendous tragedy in London in the early morning, after Ramadan prayers. The fire was so intense children were thrown out of the windows by their parents to try and avoid them from burning alive.

If they had any terrorism wisdom in London they would investigate arson. And they would start by investigating the survivors. The Isha and Taraweeh prayers started at 23.10pm London time.  The fires started within a few hours after.

London’s Muslim Mayor (voted in through massive mosque campaigns) Sadiq Khan was suddenly quick to call the incident an emergency, while after Muslim terror attacks he takes his sweet time to say anything.

Ramadan is a notorious season for arson, bomb attacks, knifings, and other brutal attempts to appease Allah during the holy month, when jihad is more effective for reaching Jannah than any other time of the year. First they burn down buildings, then they demand compensation to exploit the situation…

The building had a large Muslim population, especially from Somalia – a ferocious community responsible for many arson attacks in Europe. Muslims are always battling and targeting each other, apart from targeting the infidel. Although the building had undergone a £10bn renovation only a year ago, it appears something went magically “wrong” with the fire alarm and sprinkler system and no one got warned. The fire was unusually aggressive and spread quicker than even the fire department had estimated and they had “never seen anything like it”. Of course, when it’s not a natural fire it will behave unexpected…

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‘Number of fatalities’ confirmed as huge inferno engulfs 27-storey London tower block home to 600 residents as desperate families remain trapped inside

  • The blaze engulfed the 27-storey Grenfell Tower on Latimer Road in White City on Wednesday morning
  • Horrifying pictures emerged on social media showing massive flames licking up the side of the block 
  • Desperate residents trapped high in the enormous residential tower were heard ‘screaming’ for help 
  • Police are evacuating panicked residents and two people are already being treated for smoke inhalation

Several people have been confirmed dead after a huge inferno broke out at a residential tower block in West London.

Eyewitnesses revealed how families ‘begged for their lives’ as they tried to escape the blaze, while people are still trapped inside the 27-storey building as it teeters on the brink of collapse.

More than 600 residents desperately tried to escape the flames as the fire broke out in the middle of the night, with many woken by the screams of others and the smell of burning plastic.

Grenfell Tower in Latimer Road, White City, is currently ‘lurching’ to one side after a ‘very, very severe fire’ broke out in the early hours of Wednesday morning, with those inside claiming a fire alarm failed to sound.

As residents flooded the streets outside the building, many spoke of members of their family or close neighbours being unaccounted for, as they were forced to watch on as their home and all their belongings went up in flames.

One neighbour said he believed someone had jumped from about 10 to 15 floors to escape the fire, while there were screams of joy and a relief as a five-year-old girl was pulled from the flames by emergency services.

Dany Cotton, Commissioner of the London Fire Brigade, said there had been ‘a number of fatalities’ following a ‘unprecedented incident’ that she described as the largest in scale that she had seen in her 29-year career.

London Ambulance Service said 30 people have been rushed to five hospitals around the capital, while at least one resident is still stuck inside the block on the 11th floor, with firefighters desperately trying to reach him.

Panicked residents trapped high in the enormous tower were heard screaming for help as they leaned out of their windows and tied bed sheets together in an attempt to reach the ground.

Many of those evacuated said they were woken by screams, intense heat and the smell of burning plastic, thought to be white cladding that was installed on the building last year as part of a £10million refurbishment.

One woman said that residents faced ‘either jumping out the window with their children and risk breaking bones or staying where you were and dying’.

The fire is said to have spread from the second floor to the roof of the enormous 120-flat block in just 15 minutes, with 200 firefighters struggling to bring it under control.

More than 600 residents desperately tried to escape the flames as the fire broke out in the middle of the night, with many woken by the screams of others and the smell of burning plastic

At least one resident is still stuck inside the block on the 11th floor, with firefighters still desperately trying to reach him

Several people have been confirmed dead after a huge inferno broke out at a residential tower block in West London (shown)

Firefighters have been battling the blaze for several hours and while the flames are slwoly being brought under control, there are fears the tower could collapse

Natalie Oxford took this photo early this morning

A trapped resident looks out from his window as he tries to get the attention of the rescue services. Emergency services asked people to shine torches or their phones from their windows to let them know they were still inside

Bits of debris, thought to be white cladding that was installed on the building last year as part of a £10million refurbishment, is seen falling from the building

The fire is said to have spread from the second floor to the roof of the enormous 120-flat block in just 15 minutes, with 200 firefighters struggling to bring it under control

The charred remains of hundreds of peoples homes are desperately doused in water by firefighters as they try to bring the raging blaze under control

Six hours after the fire was first reported to emergency services, it continues to burn despite the efforts of hundreds of firefighters on the scene

A woman covered in ash is comforted by others as she looks on while the enormous fire rages through the night and into the morning

Residents in the burning tower were said to be evacuating and a number of people were treated for a 'range of injuries,' Metropolitan Police said

Heroic firefighters shield themselves from the falling debris as they race to help people trapped inside the large building

Debris from the fire in the Grenfell Tower, in West London. The fire has been declared a major incident by the Mayor of London and several people are said to have died

The heat was said to be so intense that firefighters were unable to get close to the building, which was built in 1974.

Among those being evacuated was what a man described as a ‘heavily disabled woman’, who was being carried down the stairs by firefighters.

Mouna Elogbani, who lives on the 11th floor with her husband and three children, aged 13, 10 and two, said she got a phone call from a neighbour warning her that the block was alight.

She said: ‘I was in my home going to bed, It was around 1.30am and my children were asleep.

‘My friend called on the phone and told me that the building was on fire, it was coming towards our floor and we needed to get out.

‘I woke up my children and we carried them out of the flat – but when we opened the door to escape the flames burst into the house and we had to shut it again. We got out through a fire escape and down the stairs.

‘I know that there are people trapped on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd floors and one of my neighbours has passed away’.

A resident in another tower block looks on as thick plumes of smoke fill the air in west London following the devastating fire

Hundreds of firefighters were rushed to the scene in the early hours of this morning, however many of them were forced to watch on as the huge blaze stopped them reaching much of the tower

Firefighters tackling a huge inferno at a residential tower block in West London fear the 27-storey building could collapse

As residents flooded the streets outside the burning building, many spoke of members of their family or close neighbours being unaccounted for

Firefighters gather outside the building that went up in smoke today. Witnesses said the fire 'escalated very quickly' and there were people screaming for help from their windows

The fire is said to have spread from the second floor to the roof of the enormous 120-flat block in just 15 minutes, with 200 firefighters struggling to bring it under control

According to the London Fire Brigade, 40 fire engines and 200 firefighters are working to put out the blaze, seen here in the early hours of this morning

The enormous building was scorched to cinders by the fire, which has been raging for hours since it was first reported

The smoke fills the sky above west London. Witnesses spoke of smelling smoke at about 1am, with reports that no fire alarm sounded after the blaze broke out

A large chunk of debris (shown) falls from the sky as residents gathered outside the building to try and find their loved ones 

A police officer escorts a resident to safety (pictured) as debris fills the streets around the large building in west London

The huge fire could be seen from all over London, as the massive plume of smoke flied the skies above the capital city

The 27-storey block, believed to contain around 120 flats, underwent a £10million refurbishment last year.

Mrs Elogbani said: ‘It was not safe anymore. They took away the security – it was no longer 100 per cent safe.

When asked about worries about how it would cope in a major fire she said: ‘I wouldn’t be surprised’.

She said: ‘We’ve lost everything. I am feeling sick, shocked and angry’.

A woman resident said: ‘Some residents did escape. I heard some people shouting help from their windows from 20 floors. I saw them flashing their lights… and then they stopped.

‘I don’t know what happened – or if they are safe. It was really horrible.’

Schoolboy Omar Kalam, 11, was standing anxiously at the emergency service cordon with father Walid, 44.

‘My brother has friends and they live in there,” he said. “I’m not sure if they are all right yet.’

Parents from nearby Kensington Aldridge Academy, where Omar attends, had been told the school was closed, his father said.

Residents who managed to escape sit on the pavement as they await news of what is going on. The cause of the fire is not yet known. Those who escaped said the fire started as a 'minor incident' but soon engulfed the whole building

Londoners watch on as the building goes up in flames, with emergency services packing the streets around the scene

An arm holding a cloth can be seen waving from a window of Grenfell Tower as smoke rises from a lower window. There are around 600 people living in the tower block, which has about 140 flats

One resident told the BBC he saw a helicopter circling the tower and getting close to a woman who was waving a flag outside her window but was not able to rescue her

 Debris outside the Grenfell Tower after the fire. Those who have escaped are concerned about those who may be left inside, and an emergency number has been set up to help people locate their relatives

Grenfell Tower in Latimer Road, White City, is currently 'lurching' to one side after a 'very, very severe fire' broke out in the early hours of Wednesday morning, causing people to 'beg for their lives'

Desperate residents are building ropes from sheets in an attempt to escape a huge inferno that has engulfed a tower block in west London 

The entire block has been completely covered up by the massive flames on all sides with thick plumes of smoke filling the air 

Witnesses said that the acrid smell was 'horrendous' as the inferno gutted all the windows and swept across the entire building 

The fire continued to burn as the sun rose on Wednesday with long plumes of smoke filling the air over west London

Several people are being treated for a 'range of injuries' including illness from smoke inhalation. One neighbour said he believed someone had jumped from the block

The fire rages on through the night

The fire has spread from the second floor to the roof of the enormous towering block, with 200 firefighters struggling to bring it under control

Nassima Boutrig, who lives opposite the building, said she was awakened by sirens and smoke so thick that it filled her home as well.

‘We saw the people screaming,’ she said. ‘A lot of people said “Help, help, help”. The fire brigade could only help downstairs. It was fire up, up, up. They couldn’t stop the fire.’

Boutrig said her friend’s brother, wife and children lived in the building and that her friend was waiting to find out if they were OK.

Flatowners in their pyjamas have been evacuated as police are pushing people away from the area for fear the block will collapse due to ‘chunks’ of debris flying off from the tower.

The cordon around the block has been pushed back by police and homes surrounding it evacuated amid fears that the building could collapse in the densely populated area of London.

Police, 40 fire engines and helicopters rushed to the scene as horrifying pictures emerged on social media showing giant flames licking up the side of the block.

Fire crews from North Kensington, Kensington, Hammersmith and Paddington and from surrounding fire stations are in attendance. The cause of the fire is not known at this stage.

Tim Downie, who lives a few hundred feet from the building, told Sky News: ‘The acrid smell is just horrendous. The building has pretty much burnt out, there are just a few bits that are still not burning.

‘Every single window is gutted. There is debris falling off it. The heat was extraordinary. The fire has wrapped itself around the block. People on the street said it started on the fourth floor and spread all the way up and around.

The London Fire Brigade said: ‘Crews continue to work hard at tower block fire in North Kensington. Fire is from 2nd to top floor of 27 storey building.’

Firemen were inside trying to get people out of the building, which was built in 1974 and part of the Lancaster West Estate.

Horrified residents watched the blaze. There are 40 fire engines and 200 firefighters at the Lancaster West Estate

Police are warning people to stay away for fear it might collapse

Terrified residents in their pyjamas have been evacuated from the residential block

Witnesses spoke of helicopters circling above the blazing tower block for hours since the fire started at 1am on Wednesday

The windows were seen burning bright orange as massive plumes of black smoke filled the air 

The 'horrendous' blaze has struck the 24-storey Grenfell Tower in Latimer Road, White City, in the early hours of Wednesday morning

The 'horrendous' blaze has engulfed the 24-storey Grenfell Tower in Latimer Road, White City, in the early hours of Wednesday morning

Residents have been asked to shine torches and phones out of their windows so the fire brigade knew there was someone who needed rescuing.

By 3am, at least one torch was still shining from the block, which was ablaze on two sides as hundreds of concerned neighbours gathered near the building to watch and try to contact those inside.

Jody Martin said he got to the scene just as the first fire engine was arriving. He told the BBC: ‘I grabbed an axe from the fire truck, it looked like there was a bit of confusion about what to do.

‘I ran around the building looking for a fire escape and couldn’t see any noticeable fire escapes around the building. A lot of debris falling down.

‘I eventually gained entry on to the second floor, and once I got to the corridor I realised there was so much smoke there.’

He added that given the thickness of the smoke, he would be surprised if anyone could have left the building without assistance.

‘I watched one person falling out, I watched another woman holding her baby out the window… hearing screams, I was yelling everyone to get down and they were saying ‘We can’t leave our apartments, the smoke is too bad on the corridors’,’ he said.

Local councillor Nick Paget-Brown described the blaze as a ‘very, very severe fire’. He told Sky News: ‘Clearly it’s an absolutely devastating fire.

‘Several hundred would have been in there. It’s a question of establishing how many people were in there at the time of the fire.

A group of people trying to help out police were forced back because they were walking towards the burning building

Police and 40 fire engines have rushed to the scene as hundreds of concerned residents gathered outside to try to contact their loved ones 

Two trapped people leaned out of their windows as they tried to get to a ladder which fell just short of their floor

Fire crews from North Kensington, Kensington, Hammersmith and Paddington and from surrounding fire stations are in attendance. The cause of the fire is not known at this stage, the London Fire Brigade said in a statement

Fire crews from North Kensington, Kensington, Hammersmith and Paddington and from surrounding fire stations are in attendance. The cause of the fire is not known at this stage, the London Fire Brigade said in a statement.

‘I’m really not in any position to answer any questions about the structure.

‘Clearly there’s a lot more work to do to evacuate the building and to establish how safe it is.’

Fire crews from north Kensington, Kensington, Hammersmith and Paddington and surrounding stations were at the scene with the fire burning from the second to the top floor.

The cause of the fire was not known at this stage, London Fire Brigade said.

Fabio Bebber wrote on Twitter: ‘More screams for help as the fire spreads to another side of the building.

‘We can see how quick the fire spreads via the external panels. It’s unbearable hearing someone screaming for their lives at #grenfelltower.’

One neighbour, Derry Glover, told MailOnline he first heard sirens at around 1am. He added that he believed someone had jumped from the building.

The London Fire Brigade received multiple calls to the fire which spread from the second floor to the top floor of the 27 floor building.

Assistant Commissioner Dan Daly said: ‘Firefighters wearing breathing apparatus are working extremely hard in very difficult conditions to tackle this fire. This is a large and very serious incident and we have deployed numerous resources and specialist appliances.’

‘The Brigade was called to the fire at 12.54am and is still at the scene. Fire crews from North Kensington, Kensington, Hammersmith and Paddington and from surrounding fire stations are in attendance. The cause of the fire is not known at this stage,’ the brigade said in a statement.

A group of people trying to help out police were forced back because they were walking towards the burning building. A witness told BBC Radio: ‘There are parents and kids in pajamas waiting outside.’

Residents still in the building had been told by firefighters to line the bottom of their doors to stop smoke getting in. Meanwhile, police conducted a roll call of flats to work out who might still be trapped inside

One panicked resident wrote on Twitter: 'I'm stuck in this block!!! Can't leave my house because I'll die from the smoke'
One panicked resident wrote on Twitter: ‘I’m stuck in this block!!! Can’t leave my house because I’ll die from the smoke’
Hundreds of firefighters are working to try to fight the blaze, but are still struggling to get it under control

Hundreds of firefighters are working to try to fight the blaze, but are still struggling to get it under control

Residents still in the building had been told by firefighters to line the bottom of their doors to stop smoke getting in. Meanwhile, police conducted a roll call of flats to work out who might still be trapped inside.

George Clarke, the presenter of Amazing Spaces, told Radio 5 Live: ‘I was in bed and heard ‘beep, beep, beep’ and thought, ‘I’ll get up and run downstairs as quickly as I could’.

‘I thought it might be a car alarm outside and saw the glow through the windows. I’m getting covered in ash, that’s how bad it is. I’m 100 metres away and I’m absolutely covered in ash. It’s so heartbreaking, I’ve seen someone flashing their torches at the top level and they obviously can’t get out.

‘The guys are doing an incredible job to try and get people out that building, but it’s truly awful.’

Clarita Ghavimi, 66, who lives on seventh floor, said she was told to leave the building amid fears it might collapse.

'Every single window is gutted. There is debris falling off it. The heat was extraordinary. The fire has wrapped itself around the block' a witness said

Police have continued to widen the cordons around the tower for fear that it will collapse onto people 

‘At 12.30am I heard a loud alarm and I woke up,’ she told MailOnline.

‘Then I heard a voice on the speaker saying ‘You need to get out, the building’s going to collapse.’ I went to the door and my flat started smoking so I grabbed a towel and made it damp to stop the smoke.’

She added: ‘When I opened my door two men carried me down the stairs. I am concerned that my son doesn’t think that I’m safe. I’ve tried to get in contact with him but I can’t remember his number. I feel like I have some smoke inhalation.’

Ms Ghavimi explained that she only has her bus pass on her. ‘My passport, everything is in there.’

Shocked bystanders filmed the blaze from the ground, and shouted at trapped people waving from their windows to ‘cover their mouths’.

Shocked bystanders prayed for those trapped inside as they spoke of helicopters flying over the blaze for 'nearly two hours'

‘Cover your mouth with a wet towel,’ they yelled. ‘Don’t panic. It started on the fourth floor or something. There are people in their windows, putting their heads out.’

An eye witness said: ‘There are about 15 fire engines but are struggling to get in and out because there is just one narrow road in and one narrow road out.’

Another added: ‘Sirens flying up and down the road and police helicopter hovering for nearly 2 hours has been the noise tonight. Terrible.’

Tim Donwie wrote: ‘Raging fire near Latimer Road. Whole block of 24 floors up in flames. People still trapped inside. Horrendous.’

One resident wrote on Twitter: ‘I’m stuck in this block!!! Can’t leave my house because I’ll die from the smoke.’

Celeste Thomas added: ‘Police have moved everyone back out of direct sight but can hear cracking and debris falling.

The roads outside the residential block, which has 120 flats, were filled with panicked people who reported hearing people screaming inside

Police and the London Fire Brigade have rushed to the scene of the fire in West London

‘Police have been asking everyone to go inside. Fire spread and not yet showing signs of coming under control.’

A third added: ’24 storeys burning in West London area. All floors and columns burning.’

Met Police said in a statement: ‘Police were called at 1.16am on Wednesday, 14 June to reports of a large fire at a block of flats in the Lancaster West Estate, W11.

‘Officers, the London Fire Brigade and the London Ambulance Service are currently at the scene. An evacuation process is underway.

‘At this stage we are aware of two people being treated at the scene for smoke inhalation. We await an update as to whether there are any further injuries.

‘The Local Authority has been informed. Cordons are in place and it is advised that the estate and surrounding area is avoided.’

32 thoughts on “Ramadan Arson? 120-Flat Block Burn People Alive in West London After Prayer Time

  1. Derek I have had the odd Muslim friend since around 1966 through to becoming an adult. None of these Muslim friends were of the type we see today – most of them women who had an awful time with their spouses and one mother an uncontrollable son despite the fact her went to Leatherhead Public school. Have you not heard Muslims kill Muslims Qatar vs Saudi Arabia being a case in point. No it will never be allowed to be proven this was Arson, However, the Etheopien Muslim who had already removed his wife & daughter, knocked on Muslim neighbors door to say he had a fire in his flat – ran from the building. WHY did the man if it was simply a fridge fire {a wet towel followed by a bucket of water would have dealt with this} ran from the building more interesting why did the fire alarm for the building not go off? Fire alarms start as do sprinklers at the first smell of smoke – Fire alarms don’t sound if a fire is contained within what amounts to a concrete box which indeed is how these 1970’s blocks of flats were constructed. I have already explained how flats are constructed simply from living in one and watching tower blocks being built on daily journeys into the city to work. Each flat is a concrete module take a look at some architectural drawings!

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    • I have to agree, did you notice that a 48 year old “white” male may have had a medical issue, and the officials immediately said it was an act of terrorism, funny, when individuals with known connections to terrorists are jihading the same officials tell us not to race to judgment, they say wait for the investigation.

      The mosks are getting the sleeper terrorists ready, watch your surroundings, and be careful, they actually believe they are close to killing off all of the infidels.

      I still wonder if the arsonist had an “I’d rather be jihading” bumper sticker on his car.

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      • Poor guy with four kids from Wales, probably lives in a Muslim infested neighborhood, may well have daughters. Living like this is enough to give any good father and man a nervous breakdown. His only way of retaliating is to do to Muslims as Muslims do to us. I have more sympathy for the father than that mob of heathens in Finsbury Park. Islam is heathen what else can it be? The atrocities carried out in Allah & the prophet’s name cannot be a true religion. The world is doomed unless we face the reality of Islam. Most interestingly Prof. Iain Stewart, is currently being screened ‘Planet Oil’ last weeks episode was exceptional. Islam was referred to for what it is. Had OIL not been found in the deserts of Arabia the damn Arabs would never have had the money to export their despicable cult around the world and Stewart points this out – more subtly than I have the message is the same.

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      • well well well Now it becomes clear. You are a religious bigot. All religions are imaginary and based on the ideas of the people who happen to be in control at a significant time. Of course some very bad things have been done in the name of Islam but this is true for many other religions including Christianity. I assume or hope that the latest information regarding the cause of the fire has show you that it was the result of a series of errors and a faulty fridge and not some stray arsonist as I told you in the first place.

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      • This one is for Derek Brown, who has clearly not read the facts concerning the father of 4 children whose wife walked out on him, weeping over Father’s Day weekend. Thrown out of pub for being drunk and disorderly and a few other white unemployed thugs called him a psycho. The man hated Muslims and probably for reasons unknown to the likes of you Derek – whom I would suspect are a rather middle class trendy liberal pretending to sympathize with the working class & Immigrants? Real working class Derek are not members of the cushy class you probably hail from and all their lives have felt like the underdog and now they must pay homage to foreigners with whom they have nothing in common with.Like Corbyn, Derek you are probably full of ‘shite’ and largely spend your time between dinner parties, chat rooms and gossipy luvvy classes whose conceptions of reality are totally out of touch since you all live a leafy middle class suburb like Hampstead who I note rarely cross over to Kilburn High Street. I’ve seen it all Derek from across all the US and as far east as once non Islamic Maldive Islands and everything in-between. Afghanistan was Buddhist until the advent of Islam the Hindu Kush being a case in point. So don’t insult me I’m way more broadminded than you and ISLAM is not a genuine religion read the damn Koran or ask any ex Muslim in fact tune into the Ex Muslim TV channel, you might learn something.

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      • Ignore him.

        Clearly a zero-substance loser shopping for cheap shots against real people.

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  3. There was no sprinkler system, according to one resident who gave an interview on sky news it was started in his neighbours flat by an exploding fridge. The fire spread on the outside possibly by the cladding that was installed on the outside of the building, during the new refurbishment that happend a year ago.

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      • Like your satirical response, my fridge is on its last legs, I live an old stone cottage where the electrics are as stone age NO problems with overload and I got computers too! The only Fridges causing problems are gas fridges and these went out with the ARK had one dating from around 1930+ way back in my bed sit days no probs. Just looking at the photographs those flats intact have no burned cladding – definitely ARSON. Stupid Khan has had to ask Israel for advice on terrorism ha ha.

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    • Typical response from the new young Prof. like Macron and the like think they know it all. You don’t usually have sprinkler systems in tower blocks but it is interesting the FIRE ALARM DIDN’T GO OFF? I can assure you these buildings do have fire alarms. And smoke detectors in the apartments it is building regs. Sprinklers are in offices not peoples homes. Just imagine a pot smoking group of kids smoking like chimneys! Sprinklers would be going off the whole damn time. Smoke alarms can be silenced. I’ve lived in a tower block but I doubt you have. So sick of the thirty somethings like Macron and his followers. France is in for a hell of a wracking – riots in the streets already. None of these kids are objective just take baby Trudeaux? So don’t insult others who are realistic.

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    • The wing span of planes is too wide Avspatti, further more if you watched the scene on the News there are two other tower blocks in close proximity so flying between three tower blocks would be difficult. Recommend watching the old movie Towering Inferno!

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  4. Looks like more Islamic jihad, there is NO way a fire like that could cover almost the entire building in less than 15 minutes, fire alarm never sounded ???? Fire sprinklers never went off ??? Fire exits were reported to be deliberately blocked???

    Keep importing Muslim terrorists and this is what you get, at least allah (Satan) must be happy, when will the civilized world ban Islam?

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      • How so????

        Not one survivor has said they herd a fire alarm.

        No official comments on if the building had a fire sprinkler system, why wouldn’t it, intelligent people have been installing fire sprinklers in buildings long before this one was built, long before.

        Why where emergency exits blocked??

        Started by an exploding refrigerator, right, well maybe if mooohamid had rigged it up to explode, look at how many fires are started by “exploding refrigerators” every year.

        And it just happened to catch on fire during “Ramadon”, sure, this is screaming jihad.

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      • I disagree with you John Dunloe, guess you didn’t notice how many Muslims were on the lower floors NOT BURNING, most of those who are missing are from upper floors and few of them are Muslims, mostly black, & other denominations. You can bet your life the Muslims insisted on only inhabiting the lower floors so they could get to mosque more easily! And I guarantee it will transpire the Arsonist is a Muslim and one Muslim woman in a green hijab refused to show her face to the camera – could there be a link ? This is arson for sure but you can bet Chelsea & Kensington will be hung out to dry, the Architects sued from here to Kingdom to cover up the sorry backsides of Jihadi Muslims intent on taking over Europe & the world. Do you even follow real politics? Qatar & the rest of the Middle is a case in point. Do some reading Muslim Issue can offer you a wealth of information.

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      • Are you easily confused with facts? Have you removed your refrigerator to be safe?

        Will they find a bumper sticker on the arsonisists car that says “I’d rather be jihading?”

        Let’s ban refrigerators, they’re far to dangerous.

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      • Jihad refrigerators, why not, they use cars, trucks, busses, trains,children, vests, and anything else they can find to jihad.

        Funny, the non jihad refrigerators don’t cause fires when they explode because they are using “green” refrigerant.

        Will they admit it wasn’t Islamic jihad, or will we have to wait for the truth to leak out?

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    • Nothing comes out……even if does it so long after the event that condescending fools like Johns, Derek & Kevins melt away. The fundamentals of any investigation is suspicion on one and everyone and only those who come clean in the process of elimination are innocent. How stupid it sounds if one were to start the investigation with presumption that no one is guilty and with an idea that this is not an arson Or it ain’t terrorist act but act of providence. Each and every aspect needs to be looked into. To any sensible mind it does appears as a deliberate act……that it is not so would be a surprise!!! Till such time everyone and everything and everybody are suspected to be GUILTY unless proved otherwise.

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      • I have not been to the site although I know the area but having seen the fire on TV, heard the reports from witnesses and knowing the way these buildings are constructed it appears fairly obvious that the fire spread so rapidly up the building there must have been some error made with the construction of the building or with subsequent work carried out on the building. It appears that the cladding is coming under some suspicion. To suggest that some terrorist or arsonist has deliberately selected a block of flats like this to set fire to is ludicrous. Think about it there are 120 households in the building and there is no doubt that accidental fires occur from time to time but due to the design of the building they have been confined to one household but it would appear on this occasion something has gone wrong and a domestic fire has spread to the cladding. I have heard a number of reasonable suggestions how this occurred but I suggest it is best to wait for the outcome of a proper investigation before drawing any conclusions I have been accused of insulting people and if I have done this I apologise but anything I have written has been pointing out the obvious. I am not squeaky clean and I have a number of muslim friends nor do I think they have been persecuted any more than any other group all I have attempted to do is to look at the available facts of the incident with no preconceived ideas in mind.

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      • The fire sure couldn’t have anything to do with the large number of potential Muslim terrorists that were imported, could it.

        The building was poorly designed, as most government buildings are, but the fire wasn’t started by an exploding refrigerator, and it was assisted in spreading.

        The “cladding” may have burned, and has burned on many buildings and the fire hasn’t spread into the building, this wasn’t an accidental fire.

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  5. This reminds me of the way trees burn in a forest fire. I’ve never seen a building with that many stories go up in flames and burn as quickly as this one. I’m not buying the story that it was due to a faulty fridge on the 4th floor.

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    • This event is an terrible tragic event which needs investigating and steps taken to prevent if happening again and some action taken against the people who by their actions or more likely inactions allowed the circumstances to be present that permitted the events to take place. However to try and connect this event with some religious organisation or idea and to compare it with 9/11 seems to be to be a dishonest and disgusting attempt to stir up trouble were none exists; What we need is a factual explanation of what happened not some imaginary reason thought up by a trouble maker

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      • A man was seen running out of the building holding a bag, just as the fire started. I am not convinced it was just the cladding. These Tower blocks are built with fire in mind. The fire moved too fast and it is interesting a few floors at the bottom appear to be intact. I’m no trouble make but I would go as far as to say you are naive. I not impressed by feigned sympathy before investigations. Pretty soon we will hear this was an arson attack by whom remains to be seen.

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    • OH I see so one man carrying a bag running out of the building and seen by someone is your evidence is it? So this man managed to coat all or at least most of a 24 story building with some substance that allowed a fire to engulf the building in 15 minutes. Not only are you a trouble maker you are a stupid trouble maker

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