Widow of London subway bomber says she is ashamed of her husband

The widow of the leader of the 2005 London subway bombings said she was ashamed of her husband, and could understand if some people never forgave him. Hasina Patel, the wife of Mohammed Sidique Khan, told Sky News television in an interview released Friday that she still did not know why her husband blew himself up aboard a London subway train, killing six people and himself. “How you can be so calculated and cold and not have any emotions, how can people do that?” Patel said. “If somebody did that to me or my daughter, I would never forgive them.” Patel said Khan never dropped any hint about his deadly mission. She said he was a devout Muslim, but never gave any indication of radical leanings or criticized Britain. “I could never have imagined in my wildest dreams, never,” she said. “I didn’t have an inkling towards his views even going in that direction. He kept it very well hidden.”