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Sunday, May 18, 2008

This time it wasn't a 'work accident'

A bomb went off this morning outside a popular Gaza City cafe. No one was injured, but there was significant damage to the cafe, which had its windows broken and its door damaged. No group has taken responsibility for the bombing, but the same cafe was bombed last month.
Owner Khalid Harbid said another bomb went off outside his cafe last month. He blames Gaza's Islamic Hamas rulers for not protecting his business.

A Hamas official said only that police are investigating.
The bombing is apparently part of an 'extremist' campaign against heretical and infidel influences in the Caliphate.
Over the past two years, Muslim extremists in Gaza have detonated bombs near cafes, hairdressers, record stores and institutions linked to the area's tiny Christian community.
Hey Gazans, you folks voted for them....


At 6:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This could be the simple confusion on someone's part between the words "cafe" and "kafir".

Renaming it a "Tea House" should prevent future bombings.


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