It was a sledgehammer blow to Britain's multi-cultural society - yet a Welsh Muslim leader believes July 7 has brought us closer together.
Saleem Kidwai, secretary of the Muslim Council of Wales, gave the Echo an exclusive interview to mark the first anniversary of the London bombings.
He believes the chasm of suspicion that grew between Muslims and non-Muslims following the attacks has started to close....
'There has been a better understanding of each other, and Muslim and non-Muslim communities have been brought closer together,' he said. 'There was a change after September 11 to some extent. But because this attack was on home ground, we have felt it's even more important that we understand and value each other.' [Link]
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