Saturday June 6, 2020

Entering the mind of the suicide bomber

As the Tube doors closed behind him, and the Circle Line train headed west towards Edgware Road, bomber Mohammed Sidique Khan knew that his next destination was paradise.

16th July, 2005

As the Tube doors closed behind him, and the Circle Line train headed west towards Edgware Road, bomber Mohammed Sidique Khan knew that his next destination was paradise.

Around him stood innocent London commuters, but their lives - and their imminent deaths - meant nothing to Khan. Brainwashed by his recruiter, he would have held the bag containing the bomb, convinced that “jannah'‘, the gardens of paradise, lay waiting on the other side of the...

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