Why We Bomb In The Name of Allah
By: Elatuyi Emmanuel Olanrewaju
Published by WSIC EBooks Ltd.
Copyright April 10, 2010 by WSIC Ebooks Ltd.
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To all the victims of terrorists attacks, religious crises, suicide bombings, and political oppressions everywhere in the world.
January 10, 2010
Standing on the dock inside the court in the city of Michigan is the 23 year old Nigerian Umar Faroouk Abdul Muttalab - the accused suicide bomber apprehended while trying to detonate explosives on a Detroit bound plane on the 25th of December 2009.
He is looking calm and collected and there is nothing physically obvious of him that suggests he was trying to kill himself along with other passengers some weeks back. He has a very innocent look; young, handsome and nobody would ever take him for a ‘terrorist’. There is air of opulence around him; he looks well-fed and well groomed - the characteristics that totally negate the widely held belief that “suicide bombers” are poor people.