10 Terrorists Killed When the Bomb They’re Building Accidentally Blows Up!

Earlier this week a group of Muslim terrorists were killed when their sick, evil plans blew up in their faces. Literally.

It all happened in Afghanistan’s Ghazni Province, southwest of the city of Kabul.

At least 10 Muslim terrorists were busy at work building their own bombs in an area of Afghanistan where ISIS is known to be operating. The men were in their local mosque putting together their devices of destruction when something went wrong and an explosion occurred. As you can imagine anytime there are that many bombs so closely together, one explosion led to others… and none of the terrorists survived the ensuing explosion.

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This news comes at the same time that we learn that the Muslim terrorists at Hamas were responsible for a bomb on a bus that injured more than 20 innocent people in Jerusalem.

The Islamist militant movement Hamas claimed Wednesday that one of its affiliates was responsible for detonating a bomb that exploded on an Israeli public bus earlier this week and injured more than 20 people in Jerusalem.

Hamas said 19-year-old Abdel Hamid Abu Srour carried out the bombing, which has raised fears that a new round of violence could include suicide attacks and bus bombings — hallmarks of the violent Palestinian intifada, or uprising, in the early 2000s.

A Hamas poster praised Abu Srour’s death and declared him a martyr for jihad. Hamas media reported the announcement, and pro-Hamas media sites identified Abu Srour as a member of the Hamas armed military brigades. 

Essen-Sikh-templeWe also recently learned that Muslim terrorists in Germany were responsible for the bombing of a Sikh temple in the city of Essen.

“Two teenagers they have arrested in connection with a bomb attack on a Sikh temple in the western German city of Essen are linked to the Islamic fundamentalist scene there…

“The accused have clear links to the terrorist scene,” Essen police chief Frank Richter told journalists at a press conference, saying that both teenagers had made partial confessions…

The bomb exploded at a temple belonging to the Sikh Gurdwara Nanaksar congregation on Saturday at around 7 pm, wounding three people – one of them, a Sikh priest, seriously.

Hundreds of worshippers regularly visit the temple at weekends to pray and meet other members of the community, and a wedding with dozens of guests had taken place earlier that same day.

Fortunately, only a few people were in the hall at the time of the explosion. Windowpanes shattered with the force of the blast and the door was ripped from its hinges, while parts of the slate facade were also torn away…

So over a period of just a few days Muslim terrorists used bombs in an attempt to kill Muslims in Afghanistan, Sikhs in Germany, and Jews in Israel… but conservatives in America are the bad guys when we say that Islam is a religion of violence and hate?

Liberals’ cognitive dissonance on Islam and terrorism is wreaking havoc across our planet. Sadly there’s no sign that they’re learning anything from their bad decisions. The longer we allow liberals to develop our policies on Islam (whether it be immigration, trade, what have you), the ever-greater danger we’ll be in.

 

H/T Jihad Watch

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