7th July 2021


On Thursday the 7th of July 2005, four bombs were detonated in central London - three on tube trains and one on a double-decker bus. 52 innocent people were killed and over 700 more were injured in the first ever suicide bombings in the UK. We speak to people whose lives were directly affected by the attacks and hear their testimonies, as well as perspectives from an Imam and an expert in the study of terrorism.



A back street brawl between two young men with extreme and opposing views - men who would never take the time to talk, to listen, to understand each other. And yet... a conversation begins. This provocative film reveals some challenging truths about prejudice, extremism and radicalisation, and shows that the best way to understand these problems is to talk.

The attached lesson materials featuring this film have been awarded the PSHE Association's Quality Mark.


Young, British & Muslim: Akmal

Akmal believes that being a Muslim and having a beard means that some people might wrongly assume he is a terrorist. Here he talks about the importance of greater understanding for better integration.

Courtesy of 4thought.tv

The Bomber Killed My Friend

Lateefa shares her story of a friend who was killed by terrorists in the 7/7 London bombings. She explains how it made her feel, how she has felt since and attempts to understand the terrorists' motives behind the attacks.

All Terrorists?

Interviews with young people regarding the impact of terrorism on the way Muslims are perceived in society today.