Two Jews are feared to be among the victims of the London bombings. Israeli expatriate Anat Rosenberg, 39, was aboard a bus that was blown up by suspected Islamist terrorists in the British capital on July 7. Her boyfriend, John Falding, told Israeli media that Rosenberg was speaking to him by cell phone when the blast occurred. “I heard shouting, and then the call was cut off,” he said. Also among some two dozen people unaccounted for after the attacks is Miriam Hyman, 33, a London resident.
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