Mosques in Manchester refuse to bury Manchester Bomber

Undated handout photo from an unnamed source made available on Wednesday May 24, 2017 of Salman Abedi. British authorities identified Salman Abedi as the bomber who was responsible for Monday's explosion in Manchester which killed more than 20 people. (AP)

Councils, Funeral Directors and Mosques are refusing to deal with the body of the Manchester bomber Salman Abedi.

His body is currently being held at a morgue outside the city, with everyone contacted refusing to take it.

Everyone within Manchester is doing ‘everything in their power’ to stop him being cremated, buried, or laid to rest in any way in the Greater Manchester area.

officials are making sure that there​ is not a chance that Abedi can be buried or cremated in Greater Manchester.

They have ensured that his body has not been kept in the same place as his 22 victims.

They will not be sending his body to his parents Ramadan and Samia and his brother Hashem as they are all in Libya.

It’s claimed his parents have been arrested on terror-related​ offences and that his brother Hashem was planning his own terror attack.