Wednesday, July 8, 2009

I've just seen hell on earth

Warped and blackened by the blast, this is the Piccadilly Line carriage where Jermaine Lindsay's bomb detonated at Russell Square station. A forensics officer in white rubber gloves inches his way along the floor - itself sheared away in the blast, exposing metal beams - searching for the smallest of clues

Despite the horrific scenes, the Blitz spirit came through, captured in the now iconic picture of injured commuter Davinia Turrel being helped away from Edgeware Road station by part-time fireman Paul Dadge

This is one way Islam tries to impose itself on the rest of the world. If persuasion doesn't work, Muslims just follow Muhammad's example and use terror to convince the kuffars to convert or become dhimmis.


I've just seen hell on earth: Four years after 7/7, a never before seen picture of the horror that confronted police on the Tube ripped apart by terrorists
By Sam Greenhill

Last updated at 11:36 AM on 08th July 2009

Inching through debris and choking heat, police forensic officers comb the wreckage of one of the 7/7 tube trains in this never-before-seen picture.
Hunting for particles of evidence, they toiled in searing temperatures in the Underground carriages where suicide bomber Jermaine Lindsay blew up 26 innocent people four years ago yesterday.

The harrowing task took days of almost superhuman concentration to complete. Now, for the first time, their hellish mission can be glimpsed in this exclusive picture obtained by the Daily Mail.
We publish it the day after a memorial to the 52 innocent victims of the bombings - the worst attack in peacetime history - was unveiled by Prince Charles.

At 8.50am on July 7, 2005, bombs in the rucksacks carried by Mohammed Sadique Khan, 30, Shehzad Tanweer, 22, and Jermaine Lindsay exploded on packed trains at Edgware Road, Aldgate and King's Cross.