Was Liverpool's Remembrance Sunday attack an act of terrorism?
A question lingers over the bombing at the Women's Hospital
Dear readers — welcome to Thursday’s members-only edition of The Post. Today we have a great mini-briefing of local stories, exhibitions and recommendations.
We also have an interesting piece of analysis about Emad al-Swealmeen, the man who detonated a bomb outside Liverpool Women’s Hospital on Remembrance Sunday. Our reporter Harry Shukman (who studied an MA in Terrorism and Security at King’s College London) has been thinking about the unusual aspects of this case and comparing it to past terrorist attacks in this country. In this article, he asks whether the bombing was in fact an act of terror at all.
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