Special Report Took From The Main British National Party Web Site
Today marks the sixth anniversary of the 7/7 bombings in London, when 52 people were murdered at the hands of Muslim terrorists.
Fifty-two people were killed and approximately 700 were injured when suicide bombers detonated explosives in four locations in the capital on 7 July 2005.
Three bombs were set off on the London Underground within one minute of one another at 8.50 a.m., killing 39 and causing chaos across London.
At 9.47 a.m., a fourth bomb was detonated, on a double-decker bus in Tavistock Square, killing a further thirteen people.
Of the four bombers, three were born in Britain, of Pakistani ethnicity, and the fourth was Jamaican – all of them in Britain as a direct result of the pro-immigration policies of the LibLabCon parties.
The incident was the deadliest single act of terrorism in the United Kingdom since the Lockerbie bombing in 1988, which killed 270.
In videotapes made by the perpetrators, Edgware Road bomber Mohammad Sidique Khan described his motivation as ‘obedience to Allah’ and ‘following the footsteps of the final prophet messenger’.
Since July 2005, numerous Muslim terrorist attacks have been foiled across Britain, whereas others, such as the Glasgow International Airport attack, have thankfully resulted in no further victims.