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British authorities were warned about one of the men behind the London Bridge attack - a 22-year-old Italian-Moroccan - who declared 'I am going to be a terrorist' as he tried to travel to Syria from Italy.It has also emerged that Youssef Zaghba, who was born in Fez, called his Italian mother in Bologna to say goodbye two days before ramming a van into innocent civilians in the capital.We have always checked his friendships and ensured he did not trust the wrong people.But he had the Internet and everything comes from there.' An emotional Valeria also condemned her son's actions and reached out to the relatives of his victims.Moroccans are extremely hospitable and very tolerant.Though most people are religious, they are generally easy-going, and most young Moroccan women don’t wear a veil, though they may well wear a headscarf.
Reports said Zaghba, who was born in Fez in 1995, attempted to fly to Turkey and travel onwards to Syria last year but was stopped at Bologna airport.He didn’t say anything special, I could feel it in his voice.''When children make mistakes, parents always feel guilty.I did my best and I think he was crossed by doubts inside.He reportedly told police officers at the time: "I'm going to be a terrorist." Italian intelligence agencies had tipped off authorities in both the UK and Morocco about his movements, it was claimed.After the attempt failed, Zaghba reportedly moved back to Britain and got a temporary job at a restaurant in London.