Report: 7/7 London terrorist may have links to Tel Aviv attack

Questions are being asked about the visit to Israel in 2003 of the presumed leader of the suicide bombers who carried out the 7/7 terrorist attacks in London 10 years ago.

It is suggested that Mohammed Sidique Khan met with – and possibly aided and abetted – the two English terrorists who attacked the popular Tel Aviv sea front restaurant Mike’s Place three weeks later.

Sky News correspondent Tom Rayner on Monday, the eve of the 10th anniversary of the London 7/7 terrorist bombings, undertook an investigation into the travel plans of Khan, the oldest of the London bombers. Khan killed himself and five passengers at the Edgware Road Underground station in the center of the British capital.


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