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Originally posted by Phugedaboudet
so where are all the people ranting that all the security measures being taken were just to "instill fear" and "cause panic" for some sort of right-wing conspiracy?
Looks like the "fatwah" (sp?) issued by the local Sunni headman dodn't do squat.
Originally posted by Intelearthling
Islamic faith because it is their religion that teaches them to hate, maim and kill their enemy.
Originally posted by djohnsto77
Please tone it down a bit and don't tell people to shut up.
This is ATSNN.
Originally posted by CabalX
LMAO at 7/7 - no one calls it that on the media over here!!
Brit 7/7 'bomb fixer' held
By MIKE SULLIVAN
A BRITISH Muslim feared to have orchestrated the London bombings which killed 56 was being held in Pakistan last night.
Pakistani intelligence sources said Haroon Rashid Aswad’s phone number was listed on the mobile phones registered to ALL FOUR 7/7 suicide attackers.
Originally posted by infinite
Some of the bombs are intact, some went off, but didnt cause too much damage because some have been reported as not being made properly.
some haven't exploded.
Experts: Latest London Blasts Amateurish
LONDON (AP) - The explosions that struck London subway trains and a bus Thursday appeared less sophisticated than the deadly attacks that hit the British capital two weeks ago, terrorism experts said.
Armed officers were sent to University College Hospital amid reports of a man seen with wires sticking out of his pocket.
It was reported an internal memo was sent to staff warning them to be on the lookout for a black male, possibly of Asian origin, about 6ft 2ins tall wearing a blue top with wires protruding from the back of the top.
Staff had been urged to phone 999 if they saw the man and not to approach him, it was claimed.
However, hospital leaders denied the memo was sent, saying it was a "rumour".
But just 20 minutes later, armed officers were sent back into the building.
Police said they attended an "incident" at the Bloomsbury hospital, which is near Warren Street station.
Three armed officers had been seen entering the major incident unit just minutes before a person was carried from an ambulance into the unit on a stretcher.
There were reports that someone had been seen "running away" from Warren Street station in the wake of the incident there.
However, Metropolitan Police chief Sir Ian Blair later said the incident was unconnected to the attempted explosions on London transport services.