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Sunday, April 12, 2009

Yet another bomb factory in a mosque

Yet another bomb factory has been uncovered in a mosque here in Israel. This time, it was in Kalkilya in western Samaria. At least this time, no one can accuse Israel of destroying a 'holy mosque.' You see, this time the bomb factory belonged to Hamas and it was uncovered (by accident of course) by the 'Palestinian police.'
Hamas terrorists in Kalkilya built a large supply of bombs and stored them in a local mosque without raising suspicion from local Palestinian Authority armed forces who represent the rival Fatah faction. However, the terrorists were out of luck on Wednesday, Passover eve, when a simple electric shortage gave away their plans.

The shortage caused a small fire in the mosque, bringing PA forces to the building, where they found bombs ready for use and large cannisters of bomb-making materials. The mosque was closed down, and PA sappers removed the explosives.

The bombs were then turned over to the IDF, which sent experts to detonate the weapons in a controlled explosion.
Kalkilya is located minutes away from the Israeli town of Kfar Sava (which is within 'green line' Israel).


At 6:18 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

The Palestinians don't have any respect for Jewish and Christian holy places so why should it come as a surprise to people they have none for their own? Indeed.

At 5:09 PM, Blogger Matt said...

They are worshipping death? Literaly.

At 10:54 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

With their mosques being factories for producing death? That says something revealing about the kind of theology Islam has embraced. Which is evident in its lack of respect for the value of human life.


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