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One of the bombers who brought carnage to London taught disabled children, it has emerged.
Mohammed Sadique Khan, 30, of Dewsbury, was a supply teaching assistant who taught disabled children in Beeston, it has been revealed.
A picture of him carried on the front page of The Times shows the bearded bomber caring for young children at the school.
The news came as police told Sky News they were hunting a fifth man involved in the plot to kill 52 people in Britain's first suicide strikes.
Sky News' crime correspondent Martin Brunt said: "Police have to assume that there were others working with these four."
The Times reported that the mastermind of the attacks was a Pakistani in his 30s who arrived through a British port last month but left a day before the bombings.
Detectives are piecing together the lives of the suicide bombers - four home-grown young men.
Three of the four bombers are believed to be Shehzad Tanweer, 22, of Leeds, Mohammed Sadique Khan, 30, of Dewsbury, and Hasib Hussain, 19, of Leeds.
A fourth man from Yorkshire has been identified by police but not yet named.
Originally posted by TacOps Security
What promises are made to these people to motivate them to suicide bombing? Are the families in the UK being rewarded by the cells?
they could be anione we have to be careful. they look nice, they seem nice, but wen u turn around and have yer back to them, the last thing u gonna know is a loud boooom!!!1
[edit on 13-7-2005 by deltaboy]