Saturday, September 03, 2005

Friends claim Khan's statement was faked,16132,1561938,00.html

Sandra Laville, in the 3 September 2005 Guardian, interviewed friends of Khan.

One friend of Khan said of the video shown on al Jazeera:

"It's a fake. Look at the way his lips were moving; they looked odd, the whole thing is a fake."

"It's crap," said Mohammed Afsal, a father of five and member of the Hardy Street mosque.

"I know people can change in a second, but I can't say he is one of them. He taught my son, he was a very good teacher. He was never hardline - no one could say he was an extremist - he was peaceful and dedicated to the children. They all loved him."

According to the Guardian, Khan's wife, Hasina Patel, who is expecting a baby, his young daughter and his mother-in-law, Farida Patel, are essentially living in hiding in Dewsbury, according to friends.

His parents, Tika Khan and Mamida Begum, have not been seen at their home in Nottingham since the police led them away in the aftermath of the bombings.

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