Boston Bombings: Explosives Used Were ‘Similar’ to IEDs Used in Afghanistan

Boston Marathon:  Smells Like Islam

Coordinated violence, presumably motivated by evil as an end in itself. Why am I thinking of the Religion of Peace? After all, we appeased Muslims by electing Barack Hussein Obama, so they all love us now. Developing: (Moonbattery)

Real Islam, real Muslims

Obama hedges his bets: was it “workplace related violence?”

We appear to have a Saudi national in custody who was wounded during the attack and we have the police looking for a dark skinned man wearing a backpack.

Afghan IED’s?

“They think that he probably had something to do with this or has some information on what happened.”—Read More »

Tingles rubs it:

Chris Matthews on Boston Bombings: ‘Domestic Terrorists…Tend to Be on the Far Right’– Read More »

 ‘Possibly Foreign National’

Authorities Reportedly Looking For Dark-Skinned or Black Male With Black Backpack and Black Sweatshirt :“Five minutes before the first explosion, officials said this person attempted to gain entry to a restricted area.”

Obama does the old “lets not jump to conclusions” BS

 Former Clinton Admin. Official Explains Why Obama Might Not Have Used the Word ‘Terror’ for Boston Bombing — Yet  —“I understand why we can’t be quick to jump to the word terrorist.”

Saudi in custody for Boston bombing had burn injury

He had a burn injury and yet ran, such that people had to chase him down. Why wasn’t he seeking medical help? Why did he run?

“Authorities question Saudi national in Boston attack,” by John Miller for CBS News, April 15:


(CBS News) Following the twin blasts at the Boston Marathon that has claimed two lives and dozens injured, a Saudi national is being held in custody in relation to the incident who was near the scene of the blast, CBS News correspondent John Miller reported.Law enforcement sources told Miller a witness saw a person acting suspiciously when the explosions happened along the marathon route.

“They see him running away from the device,” said Miller. “Now, a reasonable person would be running away. But this person had noticed him before. This is a civilian — chases him down, tackles him, turns him over to the Boston police. The individual is being looked at [and] was suffering from burn injury. That means this person was pretty close to wherever this blast went off, but not so close as to suffer the serious injuries that other people did.”

Authorities told Miller that the person in custody is not charged and not under arrest. He is being cooperative, answering their questions, and denying involvement. They’ll likely be going over this person’s communications and examine every aspect of his life, as well as talk to the witness who tackled him to find out what the person of interest did that seemed suspicious.

“So if that individual pans out that,” said Miller, “that of course,it gives the case a big jump forward. If not, then they’re back to physical evidence, forensics, witnesses, and whatever they can pick up on those surveillance cameras.”…

7 thoughts on “Boston Bombings: Explosives Used Were ‘Similar’ to IEDs Used in Afghanistan”

  1. Double blasts to lure the first surviving crowd only to get another blast; ball bearings to intensify damage; should we not be Islamophobic?

  2. Right Rita, Islamonauseatic would perhaps be more appropriate. BTW, this Lone Mujahid Pocketbook has all the details for making such bombs, especially the use of ball bearings or spherical shrapnel, all from the kitchen of your mom,, turn to page 24.

  3. Last centuries cringing call was Seig Heill this centuries call will be Alla Acbar…

    Marvellous how things repeat themselves hey /sigh………..

  4. I want to point out that what happened in the city of Boston was an act of terror where American civilians were killed and severely injured. Wether or not this act was done under the guidance of an Islamic individual remains to be seen. Instead of pining this on an organized religious group we should pin this onto the individuals directly related to this event. Being a muslim does not make you a terrorist. There have been plenty of non-muslim terrorists in our nation’s history. Lets refrain from grouping the two. It is easy during these times to wrongfully accuse people out of our own fear and quest for clarity. Remember that hate only generates more hate and with that I suggest that all of us ban together to find answers and convict those responsible while respecting the beliefs of innocent people.

  5. And yet it’s strange how domestic terrorists, even those on the left who were assisted in their bomb-making learning curves by moslems, like Timothy McVeigh was, still tend to target government buildings and their government employee occupants, but not random innocent civilians, no?

    Wake up and smell the fatwas!


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