Sky News has spoken exclusively to the chairman of a mosque who told the suicide bomber Salman Abedi to leave the premises after he tried to hide there overnight.
The incident happened two months ago at the Salaam Community centre in Moss Side, in Manchester.
Mosque Chairman Abdullah Muhsin Norris told Sky News the 22-year-old annoyed him by wanting to stay in the mosque library to read religious books overnight.
He said he did not report anything about Salman Abedi because the row in the library was the only incident that he had been concerned about.
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