The Sunday Mail yesterday had some more details of the man arrested in Glasgow last week in connection with the suicide bombing in Stockholm last year.
POLICE have put a 24-hour guard outside the home of the Stockholm bombing suspect to stop it being targeted by vigilantes.
Officers have been on duty at his flat since the 30-year-old was arrested on Tuesday morning.
The property was sealed off when the nursing student was taken into custody to be questioned.
Strathclyde Police have maintained a presence at the 19th floor of the tower block in Glasgow's Whiteinch to prevent vandalism.
The suspect, AK al-Khalede, was arrested in connection with the botched suicide bombing last year.
He is being held in the Scottish Terrorist Detention Centre in Govan.
Iraqi-born Taimour Abdulwahab al-Abdaly - who studied at the University of On duty: Cops at flat Bedfordshire - blew himself up and injured two people in Stockholm's shopping district on December 11.
Terror cops swooped on al-Khalede after a month-long investigation involving British and Swedish security services.
He is thought to have travelled to Luton several times to visit al-Abdaly, 28.
Residents at the flats say al-Khalede introduced himself as "Mo" when he moved to the area in December.
One man, who didn't want to be named, said: "People around here are furious. A few guys have talked about getting hold of Mo if he returns."
A Strathclyde Police spokeswoman said: "Until officers are satisfied no further evidence can be found in a property, it will be guarded."
A sheriff has granted police an extension to the time al-Khalede can be held.