The Terrorist Bombing of London, July, 2005

February 18, 2015 With Lady Phyllis James

Fifty-Seven London bus and subway passengers were killed that day in a Jihadist terror bombing. The next day we talked with a dear London friend, the mystery novelist P.D. James who had a few years earlier been elevated to the peerage and thus was a member of the House of Lords. Lady James gave us a chilling account of what had just happened and a most insightful interpretation of this early chapter in the terrorist assault upon the West. Here is a crucial portion of that conversation.


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