By Paul Cruickshank, Tim Lister and Per Nyberg
He was the father of two small children and lived an ordinary life in a drab English town. Most of his family, originally from Iraq, had settled peacefully in Sweden. But unknown to any of them, Taimour Abdulwahab had embraced jihad - and was planning to blow himself up among Christmas shoppers in the Swedish capital.
Abdulwahab's last steps and contacts offer further evidence that "the lone wolf" terrorist is very difficult to identify. But they also show that - even with training - the lone suicide-bomber faces serious challenges in carrying out an attack. FULL POST