Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Terror plot: Indian community in UK shocked

by Maya Mirchandani from NDTV.com

British Indians are also quick to point out that drawing the Indian connection in this terror plot is a mistake even though this is clearly the first time that any Indian Muslim has been connected to al-Qaida. ''I would be very careful about that. I would say those people who came - the doctors, medical people who came from Bangalore were schooled first in Saudi Arabia. They had wahabi backgrounds. ''I would be very careful of calling them Indian or Bangalori. I would call them British Muslims radicalised in universities and hospitals to which they went in Britain. The key part of it is not Indian and not Bangalori. The key part of it is Saudi Arabia and Britain,'' said Farrukh Dhondy, Writer.

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