The uncle of Shahzad Tanweer, one of the four London bomb suspects, has defended his nephew's actions as a desperate "sacrifice" in an interview with the British tabloid newspaper. "These suicide bombers are desperate people," Bashir Ahmed told the Sunday paper. "They are not getting their rights. They can see that their brothers are not getting their rights, so they take extreme action." "This lad has made a name for himself in the world. Muslims call it a sacrifice, the Europeans call him a terrorist," he was quoted as saying. Tanweer's uncle laid the blame for the rush-hour attacks on London's transport network at the feet of British Prime Minister Tony Blair and US President George W. Bush, warning, "There will be more". Citing US policy in Iraq and the Middle East, as well as its treatment of detainees at the Guantanamo Bay base in Cuba, Ahmed told the paper that Western disregard for the rights of Muslims was driving young men to violence. "Britain and America are saying that they will defeat terrorism. I am saying that terrorism can be finished in one second," he said. "Why can't Blair and Bush apologise for the way they have abused the human rights of Muslims. They should apologise. They should stop these injustices." The families of suspected bombers Hasib Hussain, Mohammad Sidique Khan and Germaine Lindsay have all released statements condemning the July 7 bombings in London that left 55 people dead and 700 injured.