Pakistani boy apologizes for suicide mission (AP) – 849th Edition

In this picture taken on April 3, 2011, Pakistani suicide bomber Omar, 14, who took part in a suicide mission that killed more than 40 people at a Sufi shrine, and who sought forgiveness on Friday, April 8, 2011, in Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan. Omar was arrested after his belt of explosives failed to go off in Sunday's attack, police said. In Friday's televised interview, he said he is 'seeking forgiveness' from the families of those killed and wounded. 'I never knew that I was going to hurt Muslims. I learned it only after I failed,' said the boy. 'May Allah forgive me.' (AP Photo/Saleem Raza)AP – A Pakistani boy who took part in a suicide mission that killed more than 40 people at a Sufi shrine sought forgiveness Friday in a television interview from his hospital bed.

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