THE four July 7 bombers, who killed themselves and 52 innocent people, were not from the capital, but West Yorkshire.
Mohammad Sidique Khan was a teaching assistant from Dewsbury and the father of a young child.
The 30-year-old had worked since 2002 at Hillside Primary School in Leeds, where he was apparently well-liked by staff and parents.
Several weeks after he detonated his rucksack bomb on a Tube train near Edgware Road station, a chilling video message emerged in which Khan blamed the British public for the London attacks.
He is suspected of recruiting the other three to the suicide mission.
They included the 18-year-old bus bomber Hasib Hussain, from the Holbeck area of Leeds, who had left school in 2003 with seven GCSEs.
Russell Square bomber Jermaine Lindsay, 19, had spent his childhood in Huddersfield and was married with a 15-month-old child.
He went to school in Rawthorpe and later adopted a Muslim lifestyle.
The Aldgate bomber, Bradford-born Shehzad Tanweer, 22, was a former sports science student who loved cricket and ju-jitsu.