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Even if they were UK naturalized or native-born citizens, they were of a radical Islamic persuasion.
The problem is these people don't join the "melting pot" and even sometimes become more radicalized than the middle easterners.
Originally posted by colin_hal
I don't think this was a poor operation at all, yes surely there could have been more carnage, but every human soul is precious.
700 people injured thats a large number of people being injured, and the death toll is round 60.
as posted by CTID56092
According to BBC Newsnight tonight the investigation is concentrating on home-grown domestic terrorists. Not Al Quida.
LONDON - Four British men who spent up to three years in U.S. custody at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and then were held by British police for a day were released Wednesday night without charge.
The men — Moazzam Begg, Feroz Abbasi, Martin Mubanga and Richard Belmar — were returned Tuesday to Britain and arrested under the Terrorism Act.
Metropolitan police questioned the four most of the day Wednesday but announced in the evening that no charges would be filed.
Originally posted by Seekerof
I ran across this old past article; maybe it has some bearing to what you have mentioned that I have quoted above? Interesting? I wonder if these men joined Al-Muhajiroun or some like type UK-based terrorist group?
Originally posted by CTID56092
According to BBC Newsnight tonight the investigation is concentrating on home-grown domestic terrorists. Not Al Quida
They think it was a small group/lone bomber (all bombs placed on trains @ King's Cross).
Bomber(s) are either UK-born or have spent time here.