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|Forest Gate pair criticise police |
(about 1 hour later)
One of the men shot during a terror raid in Forest Gate in London has told MPs "every Muslim, in my opinion, is at risk" from the police.
Mohammed Abdulkahar said he was "tormented" by police officers and "treated like a convicted terrorist".
|Mr Abdulkahar was shot in the shoulder at his east London home in June 2006. He and his brother Abul Koyair were later released without charge.||Mr Abdulkahar was shot in the shoulder at his east London home in June 2006. He and his brother Abul Koyair were later released without charge.|
The two men are giving evidence to the home affairs select committee.
Mr Abdulkahar initially thought he was the victim of an armed robbery, he has told MPs.
Mohammed Abdulkahar said he did not realise he had been shot by police until he was in hospital.