It has been a year since the bombs exploded on three underground trains and a bus in London, killing 52 and injuring hundreds. Police say the blasts were set off by four suicide bombers, members of Britain's Muslim community who had no known ties to international terrorists. Since the blasts, British Muslims say they have been treated with anger and suspicion, and that the whole community is being blamed for the actions of four individuals.
Muslims Report Distrust After July 7 Bombings
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