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?Plastic Gangsters? Wahid (front) and his friend, both British-born Pakistanis, said they could not accept the vengeful ravaging of the most impoverished Islamic country on earth by U.S.A. and Britain. ?If Afghanistan didn?t get attacked, I?d think the bombing of the Twin Towers was bad, but now, I think it was good,? said Wahid...Photo by Justin Jin, Northern England, August 2001.
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?Plastic Gangsters? Wahid (front) and his friend, both British-born Pakistanis, said they could not accept the vengeful ravaging of the most impoverished Islamic country on earth by U.S.A. and Britain. ?If Afghanistan didn?t get attacked, I?d think the bombing of the Twin Towers was bad, but now, I think it was good,? said Wahid...Photo by Justin Jin, Northern England, August 2001.

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Date: 1 Nov 2001
Location: Bradford England, UK
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