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Luton mosque 'challenged bomber's extreme views'

New evidence has emerged of the links between the Stockholm suicide bomber and the UK.

The man, believed to be Taimour Al Abdally, killed himself and injured two others when he detonated a bomb in Sweden's capital city at the weekend.

He lived in Britain for almost a decade and was known at his mosque in Luton for preaching about terrorism and trying to recruit extremists.

When he was challenged by the mosque's leaders he stormed out.

Questions are now being asked why the police were not alerted to Al Abdally's views.

BBC's Gordon Corera reports.

  • 13 Dec 2010