The family of a British Muslim involved in a Tel Aviv suicide bombing went on trial in London. The wife, brother and sister of Omar Khan Sharif were accused in Old Bailey criminal court Monday of failing to inform authorities of Sharif’s plan to take part in the April 30, 2003 bombing, which killed three people. Sharif failed to detonate his explosives and fled after his partner, Asif Hanif, blew himself up outside Mike’s Place pub on Tel Aviv’s beachfront.
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