Since 9/11, many people have come to view the world through a filter of anxiety. Daily media reports of terror attacks or threats keep us all on heightened alert. But what is the source of that fear?
A woman relives her brush with a possible suicide bomber on the London underground.
An Iranian man in the Netherlands recalls how he was prepared to attach a bomb to his body to destroy the enemies of Islam.
In "Testing the Alarms ", Fiona Stewart and Sassan Saghar Yaghmai offer two very different perspectives on fear and how it shades their lives. Joanna Bourke explores the history of the manipulation of fear. This documentary was produced by Michelle Ernsting of Radio Netherlands as a part of the Crossing Boundaries exchange.
In-depth coverage of the July 7, 2005 London bombings and the aftermath.
Vlaams Theater Institute
Where Sassan Saghar Yaghmai coreographs and dances.
Tube: Transport for London
The official site of the London subway system.
by: Diana Abu-Jaber 2004
Insight into one Arab American community in the United States
by: Melanie Phillips 2006
The author provides evidence to support her theory that London has become a haven for Islamists.
Dying to Win: The Strategic Logic of Suicide Terrorism
by: Robert A. Pape 2006
Discover the reasoning behind using suicide terrorism as a weapon.