Four years ago today, cowardly terrorists aligned with al Qaeda assaulted Great Britain in a coordinated strike on mass transit. Using four suicide bombers, the terrorists were able to kill over 50 and wound many more.
Two weeks later came more attempted attacks on other targets in the capital, which fortunately did not succeed. Prime Minister Tony Blair showed courage and resolve after both attacks.
Terrorists and their allies believe that they have a reason to strike at the democratic nations of the world. Many, including Britain and Spain, were at the forefront of the War on Terrorism. Terrorists intended to knock them out by assaulting civilians and having the government (not the terrorists themselves) be blamed. Spain pulled its troops out of Iraq after the Madrid bombings on March 11, 2004.
To Londoners and British credit, the UK has stayed steadfast against extremism and stands shoulder to shoulder with the United States and democracy.
Thank you Britain.
May the dead and their loved ones find peace.
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