We hide in some bushes in a graveyard and secretly photo a grieving man
Deep in thought, the parents of 7/7 bus bomber Hasib Hussain stood by their son’s grave yesterday to remember the boy they still love.
To the outside world the 18-year-old will always be an evil suicide bomber responsible for murdering 13 innocent people on a double-decker bus in London’s Tavistock Square.
But his family appear to have ignored the terrible circumstances of his death ten years ago by mourning his passing as if he were a victim himself.
Hussain was a terrorist who killed many. But he was still their son. They knew nothing of what he was going to do, they never got a chance to say goodbye. They are not "ignoring" the circumstances - I'm sure they feel deep pain at the circumstances of their son's death.
But the shame of having such a notorious terrorist in the family appears to have had little impact on the Hussains, who have remained in the same house, quietly going about their business.
As opposed to doing what...?
Factory worker Mahmood and his wife Maniza, an interpreter for Asian families at Leeds General Infirmary, have three other children apart from Hasib.
Eldest son Imran, his wife Shazia and their two children continued to live with them after the atrocity.
Daughter Asiya has married and settled nearby with her three children. While their other daughter Alia sparked a family scandal by running away with a Sikh lover
You know, in case you want to hurl abuse at them, this is where you can find them.
I find the picture particularly disgusting. A long-lens photo of a man standing at his son's grave in private grief is a little too intrusive, regardless of who his son was.