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Two weeks after the deadly July 7 bombings in London, minor blasts struck the London underground and a bus, causing one injury. Less than 48 hours after these explosions, three bomb attacks hit the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm al-Sheikh.
In the wake of the London and Sharm al-Sheikh terrorist attacks, many people are asking why young Muslims terrify innocent civilians.
Muslims living in western communities need a policy that guarantees their social integration, especially now that racial and religious diversity are to be part of the fabric of Europe in the future. However, Muslims are aware that they are not welcome in societies that are rife with racism and...
Have the 7/7 blasts in London undermined the diligent efforts of Muslims living in western communities to mingle with the natives, abandon underground mosques and disprove that Islam is synonymous to terrorism? After 4 years of struggling since 9/11 have their efforts come to nothing?
The West is now facing the challenge of how to deal with Muslims and how to differentiate between different Islamic trends. This problem does not only concern official authorities. It involves ordinary people with varied ways of life and points of view.
In the aftermath of the London blasts and the murder of the Egyptian ambassador to Iraq, Dr. Ihāb al-Sharīf, we need to take positive steps to guarantee that no more terrorist attacks will occur.
Before, the British only knew Muslims as people whom they governed. Today they are living in British cities alongside locals. It is important to note that while Christians in Lebanon are native citizens, Muslims in Britain have come from foreign countries and are not yet completely assimilated....
"We know these people act in the name of Islam but we also know the vast and overwhelming majority of Muslims here and abroad are decent and law-abiding people who abhor this act of terrorism"[http://www.guardian.co.uk/terrorism/story/0,12780,1523867,00.html], said Tony Blair in his statement...
The London bombings brought back phrases like “Arab Terrorism” and “Islamic Terrorism” to the International arena. The message was obviously directed at the Arab and Islamic world, even though Toni Blair’s speech and the address from the UN Security Council did not say that explicitly.
The first question that comes to mind after the London explosions is: what took them so long? The answer may be that in the past four years the British authorities have succeeded in preventing attacks on a number of occasions.


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