“How much did British intelligence know about the alleged London bombers prior to the 7th July 2005 terrorist attacks?"
…The claims of the parliamentary inquiry have been discredited in the wake of the publication of a few interesting details about pre-7/7 US intelligence on Khan, revealed in the new book by Ron Suskind, The One Percent Doctrine…
…What Suskind didn’t point out, however, is that the plot Khan was involved in, known to intelligence services, included a plan to target the London Underground. Khan was linked, for example, to a network of 'over a dozen young Britons of Pakistani origin arrested in Luton in an attempt to foil an associated terrorist plot discovered on the laptop computer of Naeem Noor Khan, a captured al-Qaeda leader in Lahore, Pakistan.' The laptop contained plans going back to 2003 for 'a coordinated series of attacks on the London subway system', as well as on the financial districts of New York and Washington…"
Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed is the author of several books, including The London Bombings: An Independent Inquiry.
He is also a signatory to the petition calling for an investigation of the Mohammed Naeem Noor Khan leak.