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3 London Bombers Visited Pakistan (moved from ATSNN)

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posted on Jul, 18 2005 @ 08:29 AM
3 of the suspects in the London Terrorist Attack, were said to have visited Pakistan in the year before the attack. Pakistani intelligence and immigration officials state that Hasib Hussain arrived in Karachi, 4 months later, Shahzad Tanweer, and Mohammed Sidique Khan, both arrived at the same place.
Hasib Hussain, 18, arrived in Karachi on Saudi Airlines Flight 714 from Riyadh on July 15, 2004, the officials say.

Four months later, Shahzad Tanweer, 22, and Mohammed Sidique Khan, 30, also flew into Karachi on Turkish Airlines Flight 1059, arriving November 19, 2004. The pair departed Karachi a week later on a train to Lahore.

Tanweer and Khan left the country less than three months later on February 8, 2005 -- this time on Turkish Airlines Flight 1057.

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All 3 of them ending up in the same place is obviously not a coincidence, considered they're suspected in the bombing incident. This may further reinforce the thought that Pakistan is a stronghold for terrorists. What I'm wondering now, is why did they go to Pakistan? If they were working together, why would 3 of them have to go? Perhaps there's some type of religious practice that they do.


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