Saudi king begins UK visit by accusing Britain of not doing enough to stop terrorists

Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah accused Britain of failing to act on intelligence that might have prevented the 2005 London transit bombings, touching off debate about the kingdom’s response to terror at the start the first state visit by a Saudi king in two decades. Facing criticism for his support for Islamic extremists, Abdullah prefaced the visit by saying Britain and other countries were not doing enough to fight terrorism. The remarks were made in a rare interview with the British Broadcasting Corp.