London Attacked July 7thDuring Morning Rush Hour


July 16, 2005 - The death toll rose from 54 to 55 after an injured victim died at a hospital. About 700 people were injured in the morning rush-hour attacks; more than 40 people remain hospitalized, at least six of them in critical condition.

Statement from group claiming responsibility 

Pictures from Sky News




The covered face of this woman, at Edgware Road station,

is likely to become one of the lasting images of the violence.



A heavily bandaged man leaves

after being treated on Edgware Road.



A man leaves the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel,

where he was treated for cuts to his face from flying glass

after being injured in the Aldgate explosion.



A casualty is taken away on a stretcher at King's Cross station.




A man who was injured when a bomb exploded on a train

at Edgware Road, is treated at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington.





Commuters recover, wrapped in emergency blankets,

in Tavistock Square after the explosion.




One victim receive instant attention.




Chaos as the injured are tended to and police check the scene.




Witnesses to the explosion on a double-decker bus in Tavistock Square,

off Russell Square, believe a bomb was planted on the upper floor.




Wreckage surrounds the destroyed bus.



Following pictures from Reuters


Bomb damaged Circle Line subway train




Front view of the bomb-blasted London bus




Passenger seats of the bus




View of the bus ripped open from the blast



Police patrol outside a screen that hides the bus from view



Forensic officers examine the scene




Forensic police lift a body bag from the bus




A policeman walks by a poster

appealing for information about a missing person



A woman holds up a missing persons leaflet of her friend Martine Wright

who she believes was caught up in the explosion at Liverpool Street station




Missing:  Laura Webb, a 29-year-old





Missing:  Miriam Hyman, a 32-year-old





Missing:  Philip Russell, a 28-year-old





Concerned relatives have left posters of missing persons

near Kings Cross mainline rail station





A friend of a suspected victim is comforted





A undated handout photograph shows Philip Russell.

Russell has been missing since yesterdays bombings





Jamie Gordon: The City worker's mobile phone was discovered

among the debris of the bus explosion in Tavistock Square.





Marie Hartley: Marie, from Lancashire, has been missing

since the terrorist attack in London.





Candles and flowers are seen near King's Cross

station in central London as tributes to victims





A British boy pauses as his father reads from the Koran

during traditional Friday prayers in Regent's Park Mosque, in London


005.051 O ye who believe! take not the Jews and the Christians for your friends


009.005 fight and slay the Pagans '''wherever''' ye find them, and seize them, beleaguer them, and lie in wait for them in every stratagem of war.


002.216 Fighting is prescribed for you


009.039 Unless ye go forth, He will punish you with a grievous penalty


047.004 Therefore, when ye meet the Unbelievers in fight, [jihad] Smite at their necks. [Behead them!]


Exactly what do the leaders believe will come out of the next generation of devout Muslims who actually believe in the words of the Koran?

Gal 6:7 Be not deceived; God is not mocked:

for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.


Mat 12:33 Either make the tree good, and his fruit good;

or else make the tree corrupt,and his fruit corrupt:

the tree is known by his fruit.


Some of the people of Britain unfortunately got to see first hand - the horrific well known scene that many Israelis have been witnessing; scattered blood and body parts.

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