After an academic stint in England, Abdul Latif Jameel Mohammed moved to Australia for a postgraduate degree. Like any person of privilege, he could have had a coveted job in a city of his liking or enrolled in higher studies.
Instead, he chose to partake in Sri Lanka's worst terror attack in a decade. Mohammed was one of nine suicide bombers, including a woman, who were behind a chain of explosions on Easter Sunday on this south Asian island, killing at least 359 people. The attack has been claimed by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).