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United In Terror

by | 13th, July 2005

‘DO we take comfort from knowing the identities of the terrorists who murdered and ruined the lives of so many in London last week?

The pain doesn’t end

Terror now has a face, although we are alarmed that it belongs not to a shadowy gang of Arab fundamentalists but to the likes of Bradford-born 22-year-old Shehzad Tanweerm, the son of a chip shop owner and believed to be the Liverpool Street bomber.

And this is not mere guesswork. Not something those who seek comfort in the absurd belief that such heinous crimes are all part of a massively elaborate American-led plot to make the Muslim world look bad. This is fact. The Telegraph reproduces a copy of the killer’s birth certificate on its front page.

“It is inconceivable that, as four young men became sufficiently radicalised to immolate themselves and others, no one noticed,” writes the Telegraph.

Indeed it is hard to think of the four – Hasib Hussain, 19, Mohammed Sidique Khan, 30, Tanweer and a fourth unnamed man – changing from British boys into fanatical suicide killers in isolation.

Such a thought has occurred to

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