A SUSPECTED suicide bomber in the London attacks revered terrorist leader Osama bin Laden and was upset over the deaths of civilians in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kashmir, a newspaper in Pakistan said today.
The authorities are investigating whether the suspects received training or other help from militants in Pakistan.
The English- language Dawn newspaper quoted an uncle of Shahzad Tanweer, 22, of Leeds, as saying the suspected bomber last year visited family members in Chak 477-GB, a farming village near Faisalabad, an industrial city in eastern Pakistan.
He said Mohammed Sidique Khan, 30, of Thornhill Lees, another of the bombers, visited Tanweer several times.
"Osama bin Laden was Shahzad's ideal and he used to discuss the man with his cousins and friends in the village," the uncle said.