Taseer, Aatish
August 2005
Prospect;Aug2005, Issue 113, p18
Presents an interview of British-Pakistani terrorist bomber Hassan Butt regarding his journey and adherence to radical Islam. Status of the second generation British Muslims; Insights of Butt on the terroristic activities of his fellow adherents to radical Islam; Views on his beliefs and convictions on the tenets of radical Islam and the terrorists acts he and his group committed; Daily activities in the life of Butt; Insights on the various aspects of Islam, terrorism, and developments affecting Muslim and the Islamic world in general.


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