Monday, March 12, 2007

News Roundup for March 12

Difficulty in Investigating
A man who was stopped from looking at terrorist Web sites by the owners of an Internet cafe blew himself up with explosives hidden on his body, a spokesman for the Interior Ministry said Monday.
How original.
Authorities, uncertain about the circumstances of the blast in a Casablanca slum, were holding off labeling it a suicide bombing, Achour said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press.
I'm sorry, but if this isn't a suicide bombing, then nothing is.

Fired for Competency
The Palestinian ministry of interior has called for the dismissal of Palestinian attorney general Muhammad Al-Mughanni over his declarations against the interior minister, Sa'id Siyam. ...He called for the attorney general's dismissal, accusing him of being "impartial and indecent."
When it comes to Palestinain Islamic law, pre-determined outcomes are a required.

Math, Palestinian Style

ZOF arrested 37 Palestinians between them 18 students
First sentence:
The Zionist forces arrested on Monday at morning seventy three Palestinian [sp] in different areas in the West Bank claiming that they are wanted.
Tricky, those numbers.

The Eternal Victims. Again.
[Presidential-hopeful Senator Barack] Obama told the Muscatine-area party activists that he supports relaxing restrictions on aid to the Palestinian people. He said they have suffered the most as a result of stalled peace efforts with Israel.

"Nobody is suffering more than the Palestinian people,"
Too bad the "suffering" is self-inflicted.

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