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Bin Laden is no more than a bogeyman

For most Britons, 7 July 2005 will be remembered as the day that al Qaeda attacked London. But five years on, no link has been established between the 7/7 bombers and al Qaeda. Whilst its possible that Shehzad Tanweer and Mohammad Sidique Khan may have visited training camps in Pakistan and met with al Qaeda operatives, there is no evidence of this. This week a report from the Centre for Social…

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