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View Cucking Funt's Profile Cucking Funt Flag D Wing, Parkhurst 07 Jul 05 4.07pm Send a Private Message to Cucking Funt Add Cucking Funt as a friend

Quote OzzieBob at 07 Jul 2005 4:02pm

I think the Mods should pin this thread, it gives an historical record as the day unfolded and what people were hearing, doing, worrying about at the time.

I was going to earlier, but it's been at the head of the list all day anyway.

 


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Quote Dancpfc at 07 Jul 2005 4:06pm

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Possible... but the Madrid bombing was a bus also.

I thought Madrid was an intercity train?



I thought it was a train coming into the city and two buses outside the main station?

 

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Quote Cucking Funt at 07 Jul 2005 4:07pm

Quote OzzieBob at 07 Jul 2005 4:02pm

I think the Mods should pin this thread, it gives an historical record as the day unfolded and what people were hearing, doing, worrying about at the time.

I was going to earlier, but it's been at the head of the list all day anyway.

Maybe it should be put into Gold Talk in the future

 

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View Danger's Profile Danger Flag Playa del Merstham 07 Jul 05 4.13pm Send a Private Message to Danger Add Danger as a friend

Quote kav at 07 Jul 2005 4:05pm

You`ve only to take a look at how few posts are on Palace Talk today to see this has affected people.

Yeah, on a day like today, whether Andy Johnson wants to leave or not is so irrelevant, it deserves no thought whatsoever.

Our thoughts should lie solely with those who have lost their loved ones in this barbaric attack.

 


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200 Patients being treated at Royal London Hospital

 


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View saxoneagle's Profile saxoneagle Flag Bromley 07 Jul 05 4.15pm Send a Private Message to saxoneagle Add saxoneagle as a friend

See guys, as much as we love it, football is ONLY a game.

 

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Quote saxoneagle at 07 Jul 2005 4:15pm

See guys, as much as we love it, football is ONLY a game.

At the end of the day, it is incidents like this and how other humans show compassion in reacting to one another that puts everything into perspective.

 


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View Petealiator's Profile Petealiator Flag 1066 Country! 07 Jul 05 4.18pm Send a Private Message to Petealiator Add Petealiator as a friend

Finally got contact from my brother-in-law. He's ok, he's just done what Londoners do best, he'd rolled up his sleeves and got stuck into helping the emergency services at Kings Cross. He says it's much worse there than's being reported, he said, and these are his words; "I've been knee-deep in dead bodies this morning". He spoke in a very mechanical way, I believe he's in shock and is really gonna suffer when this really hits him, I dread to think what he's seen today.

Bexter, I'm angry, angry as Hell and you and others can tell me "now's not the time", but you're wrong, now is the time, there's never been a better time, now's the time to start fighting back! Did Londoners have to listen to "now's not the time" when they tore into the Gerries the morning after a German bombing raid? Did they need "their heads tested" for screaming anti-German slogans at the London sky whilst the blood still streamed into the gutter? NO! Because they didn't have to suffer the PC s*** we have today! British people have EVERY RIGHT to be angry today, angry at the slack-jawed machines that carried out these demented cowardly acts, angry at the legion of soft politicians that have turned Britain into the easy target dustbin it's become and angry at the hordes of liberal hand-wringers that have brought this horror to our f***ing streets. I say again; ARE YOU HAPPY NOW?

Don't let anyone tell you "now's not the time" because it f***ing is the time and the only people saying it aint are the liberal hand-wringers trying to deflect any of the blame many of us feel is to some degree due to them!

I aint gonna say another word on this because this thread should not become a political debate, but Bexter don't "how dare" me for being angry with the likes of you right now! OK!

 


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A mate's just returned my phone-call. He's in Central London and was on a college trip.

Have been trying to get hold of him for much of the day since about 10am, am so glad that he's got back to me - I began to think he may have been caught up in the attacks.

Sod football - this is far, far, far, far more important

 


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Calm down Pete, everybody is angry now .. and I'm sure Bexter is too !

 


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Muslim leaders have condemned the attacks on London and said they fear their communities could now fall prey to vigilante attacks.
Muslim Association of Britain president Ahmed Sheikh said the attacks would make the Muslim community less safe.

He said women in headscarves might be in particular danger and warned all Muslims to be especially vigilant.

Muslim News editor Ahmed Versi noted one of London's biggest Muslim areas, around Aldgate East, had been targeted.

Mr Sheikh said the unique good relationship Muslims had with the government and society was threatened.

"The person who did this was targeting along with wider British society the Muslim community, ruining the good relationship we have."

Muslims have to be vigilant now, especially the mosques, and I hope the police will increase security

Ahmed Versi
Muslim News


London rocked by terror attacks

He said the police should consider extra protection for mosques and Islamic schools and said Muslims, particularly women in headscarves, should be vigilant and avoid unnecessary journeys.

"It is scary. A tiny element of the community will make use of this. It is a blow to us, to all of us. It is a moment of sadness and we send our condolences to the families of those who have been killed or injured."

Mr Versi said he had already received one threatening e-mail about the blasts.

"There might be some increase in attacks on the Muslim community especially visible aspects of Islam like mosques, community centres and women with headscarves.

"Recently there have been a lot of attacks on Muslim women on buses in London, it has increased during the last few months."

But he said the immediate Muslim revulsion at the attacks could help calm the situation.

"I don't think there'll be as high a number of attacks as after 11 September because Muslims have come out very strongly, especially Muslim leaders, condemning the attacks.

"I'm sure many Muslims will have been injured as well... one of the bombs - at Aldgate - was near to the east London mosque, it's a very heavy Muslim area.

"Muslims have to be vigilant now, especially the mosques, and I hope the police will increase security on mosques and Islamic centres."

 

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View CiderEagle's Profile CiderEagle Flag London / Devon / abroad 07 Jul 05 4.23pm Send a Private Message to CiderEagle Add CiderEagle as a friend

Wrong thread, Pete.

 


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