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Loss Of Faith: How The Air India Bombers Got Away With Murder

Loss Of Faith: How The Air India Bombers Got Away With Murder

Riveting and shocking, Loss of Faith is essential reading for all Canadians.

On June 23, 1985, Canada found itself on the international terrorism map when two bombs built in B.C. detonated within an hour of each other on opposite sides of the world, killing 329 men, women, and children.

Canadian Sikh separatists, upset at the Indian government for attacking their religion’s holiest shrine, the Golden Temple, were immediately suspected by the RCMP of perpetrating the worst act of aviation terrorism before Sept. 11, 2001. But while police agencies scrambled to infiltrate a close-knit immigrant community and collect evidence against the suspects, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service was destroying taped telephone calls between the same people the RCMP was investigating.

For years those at the centre of the terrorist plot tried to protect their dark secret. Two Sikh newspaper publishers who overheard an alleged confession by one of the bombers were assassinated. Other potential witnesses were threatened and intimidated. Journalists who wrote about the suspects were targeted by death threats and harassment. The suspects founded charities and participated in political parties, attending fundraising dinners for premiers and prime ministers. And the families of the victims fought to be recognized for their unimaginable loss as the result of an act of terrorism plotted in Canada. When charges were finally laid against three Sikh separatists, the families believed justice was almost theirs. But their faith was shaken when one suspect pleaded guilty to manslaughter and got a five-year sentence for more than three hundred deaths.

The Air-India trial judge spoke in his ruling of the “the senseless horror” of the bombings. He called the plot “a diabolical act of terrorism” with “roots in fanaticism at its basest and most inhumane level.” He then acquitted Sikh leaders Ripudaman Singh Malik and Ajaib Singh Bagri on all charges, leaving the victims’ families reeling and the biggest case in Canadian history officially unsolved.

Kim Bolan is an award-winning investigative reporter who has covered the Air-India bombing case since the day Flight 182 went down off the coast of Ireland. Her work on the Air-India story has taken her to Punjab five times over the last twenty years where she met with militant Sikh separatist leaders and victims of the violence. She also followed Air-India mastermind Talwinder Singh Parmar to Pakistan before his 1992 slaying and chased down other suspects in England and across Canada. But she faced the most danger at home in Vancouver where the stories she uncovered about the Air-India case led to a series of death threats against her.

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The sundial is the central feature of the Memorial. It was unveiled by Prime Minister Stephen Harper on June 23, 2007. This date marked the 22nd anniversary of the bombing of Air India Flight 182 en route from Montreal to Delhi and Bombay in which 329 victims perished, and the bombing at Narita Airport, Japan, earlier that same day, that killed two baggage handlers.

Air India Flight 182 was lost on June 23, 1985, off the south-west coast of Ireland near Ahakista where a memorial was constructed one year later in 1986. The Toronto memorial evokes some of the features of its Irish counterpart, for example, the sundial was designed with a circular, horizontal base mounted on stones. The support stones for the Toronto sundial were donated by various provincial and international organizations representing all of the provinces and territories of Canada, and the countries of India, Ireland, Japan and the USA - all of whom were directly touched by the tragedy.

Emir's jet... State of Qatar Amiri Flight Boeing 707 Amiri One A7-AAA at DOH circa 1982 #2

Emir's jet... State of Qatar Amiri Flight Boeing 707 Amiri One A7-AAA at DOH circa 1982  #2

A ' cropped ' image of Doha Airport ( I thought it looked better with a few less distractions )

Showing Qatar Amiri Flight Boeing 707 A7-AAA Amiri One.

Amiri One A7-AAA was the personal aircraft of the Head of State of Qatar, the former Emir Sheikh Khalifa Bin Hamad Al Thani . The current Amiri One is now an Airbus A340.

Also on the ramp can be seen a Gulf Air Tristar and behind it an Air India Airbus A310.

A nice shot in warm evening colours as the sun goes down.

Taken in mid 1980's.

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