The Fifth Column
Milverton Wallace, a journalist and educator who makes his home in London, reports that some of his neighbors are not unhappy with the carnage in the subway on Thursday:
I talked to many of the young Muslim lads I've known since they were babies, and I talked to their parents. And guess what? The parents are shocked, the youngsters gleeful. Go figure. The leaders of the Muslim Council of Britain can issue as many statements of solidarity and sympathy as they like; the facts are that many of their children rejoiced after the carnage in New York and they rejoiced after the slaughter in London yesterday.