Interview with Anne Singleton, Woman Magazine, July 03, 2007
when I switched on the TV and saw the suicide message of one of the London bombers, a chill went down my spine. It was like deja vu. I recognised the young man’s language and behaviour, because there was a time when that could have been me. I too was once prepared to give up my life for a terrorist cell.
growning up in Leeds in the 1970s, life was ordinary and uneventful, but I wannted to change the world for the better. At university, I started going to meetings of a group called the People’s Mujaheddin, who were fighting to overthrow the Ayatollah in Iran…. To read more click here