Bill Warner explains that the hideous shrouds are Â a symbol of political Islam:
Thanks to the Tundra Tabloids.
In other news:
Police had decided Jamal al-Jamal was not assassinated, but had simply unwittingly opening a book (the Koran) booby-trapped years earlier, a newspaper reported
The Pali “ambassador” to Prague
who died in a blastwho blew himself up in January was most likely killed by a decades-old charge of Semtex plastic explosive concealed in a book, a newspaper reported on Tuesday citing a police investigator.
Police had decided Jamal al-Jamal was not assassinated, but had simply unwittingly opening a book booby-trapped years earlier, the source told daily newspaper Mlada Fronta Dnes.
“It was an unfortunate accident. The ambassador was a thorough man who wanted to put some old things in order, and among them there were two books with explosives,” the paper quoted the source as saying.
“We are awaiting another expert opinion, but it was Semtex with 99.9 percent probability. The explosive was roughly from the 1970s. It was at least 30 years old,” the police source told the newspaper.
Ah,that explains it. Exploding books are of course a standard item at all embassies.
I mean, no one would make a big deal out of a Norwegian embassy being found to have deadly espionage items like that, right? So anyone who thinks this is newsworthy is clearly an anti-Palestinian racist. (EoZ)