Here are the answers to yesterday's quiz. (If you didn't see the quiz, you might want to read it now).
The task was to spot the likely suicide bomber(s) from a lineup of four photos. You probably guessed the answers were trickier than you'd expect, otherwise I wouldn't have posted the quiz in the first place.
It becomes much easier if you see the four photos in their original context.
Photo 1 showed Lola (Loula) Abboud, a 19-year-old student, and an Orthodox Christian.
I found that photo of "The Martyr Lola Elias Abboud" in the Martyrs' Gallery of The Lebanese National Resistance Front (Jammoul), the armed wing of the Lebanese Communist Party, which fought the occupation of south Lebanon by Israel and its proxy force in the region, the South Lebanese Army (SLA), from 1982 to 2000:
Lola Abboud died in April 1985, when she blew herself up in front of an IDF outpost in her hometown of Qara'oun Al-Hunobi, killing four soldiers.
Photo 2 showed Aishah Azmi, a 23-year-old Muslim.
Aishah Azmi has absolutely nothing to do with suicide bombings. She is a British school teacher who was suspended from her job for refusing to remove her niqab in the classroom. I selected her photo at random after doing a Google image search for headscarves.
Photo 3 was of Elias Harb, a 20-year-old factory worker, and a Christian.
I got the photo of "the martyr Elias Harb" from the same Jammoul gallery where I found Lola Abboud's. Elias Harb carried out a suicide attack against the SLA's "Voice of Hope" radio station in October 1985, blowing himself up with grenades, and killing six people.
Photo 4 was of Norma Hassan, a 26-year-old teacher, and a Christian.
Norma Hassan, from Zgharta in north Lebanon, drove an explosives-laden truck into an IDF/SLA patrol in Jezzine in the south of the country in July 1986, killing seven.
A turkey sandwich for anyone who scored 100 per cent.
More on the point of all this tomorrow.