Six months on from 7th July, Rachel from north London and her friends demonstrate how to combat terrorism:
The bomber hated us all, he didn’t care who died, he wanted to kill as many as he could. The more I know of people from my train, the more I look at strangers – anyone – and see in them a fellow passenger on a journey. One man on a train with hate in his heart and a bomb on his back, seeking to divide and kill, versus dozens of passengers drawing together, caring for each other, comforting each other, remembering the dead and injured and bereaved – and celebrating life with new friends.
Out of such terrible darkness, light has come.
As we said in the pub ‘Take that, terrorists. Cheers’