James Fergusson was at home in Edinburgh when news of the Manchester Arena attack broke, in which 22 people were killed after an Ariana Grande gig, when a young British Muslim called Salman Ramadan Abedi detonated a homemade bomb. Fergusson saw the reports on television and followed the news on Twitter. His first reaction? “It was just a question of time,” he says. “I regard it as a blowback from western policy in Iraq. The...
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