In the days since wanna-be jihadist Taymour al-Abdaly killed himself trying to set off a bomb in Stockholm, investigators and the media have been scrambling to uncover everything they can about the young Islamic terrorist described by one fellow Muslim in the U.K. as "bubbly."
And in addition to the usual line of questions we've come to expect after this sort of occasion — Where had he traveled recently? Were there any warning signs? Did he have ties to al-Qaida? — another question has emerged as central to this particular plot: Where, exactly, did Abdaly become a terrorist?
Was it in Sweden — idyllic land of perennially happy people, and squeaky-clean exports like Ikea and ABBA — where Abdaly moved to from Iraq when he was 10? Or was it in Britain — war-mongering ally in George W. Bush's evil war on terror and frequent terror target itself — where Abdaly moved to in 2001?
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