Suicide bombings in Ashdod

03.14.04

Another day of terror in Israel, with a double-suicide bombing in Ashdod that killed ten people and wounded two dozen more:

The blasts were heard around the busy hour of 5 p.m.. The first bomber blew himself up inside the port, police said, and the second bombing took place four minutes later outside the facility. The first bomber asked a young boy where he could get a glass of water. The boy, whose father was reportedly killed in the attack, pointed towards a structure, where the bomber then exploded. Rescue services spokesman Yerucham Mendola said “some of the victims were thrown a long distance” by the blasts.

What is there left to say? What words of mourning, horror, or dismay can I possibly find that haven’t been said dozens of times before?

And how to make the world understand the kind of support that the terror networks enjoy among the general Palestinian population? How do you make people understand that it’s not just an isolated few extremists, but a movement that has won over the hearts and minds of the average Palestinian on the street? How to make them understand that we have no partner for peace? Maybe by reporting things like this:

Hearing news of the attack, Palestinians took to the streets in the Jenin and Jabalaya refugee camps to celebrate. Drivers honked the horns of their cars as gunmen fired into the air to express their joy. Others distributed sweets to passersby, hailing the suicide bombers, and calling on all Palestinian groups to step up their “resistance operations against the Israeli enemy.”

When will they understand that you can’t negotiate with people whose only desire is to see you dead?

Update: Maybe a picture will speak a thousand words (via LGF):

Palestinians shout slogans as they cheer after two suicide bombers from the Jabaliya refugee camp in Gaza blew themselves up in the Israeli port of Ashdod Sunday March 14, 1004 in Gaza city. Sunday's bombing killed 11 Israelis and wounded 18. The Islamic militant group Hamas and the Al Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, an armed group with ties to Yasser Arafat's Fatah movement, claimed joint responsibility (AP Photo/Hatem Moussa)

Palestinians shout slogans as they cheer after two suicide bombers from the Jabaliya refugee camp in Gaza blew themselves up in the Israeli port of Ashdod Sunday March 14, 1004 in Gaza city. Sunday's bombing killed 11 Israelis and wounded 18. The Islamic militant group Hamas and the Al Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades, an armed group with ties to Yasser Arafat's Fatah movement, claimed joint responsibility (AP Photo/Hatem Moussa)

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1 Malia 03.17.04 at 9:37 PM

What a bunch of demonic pieces of trash. I never believed in satanic possesion of humans until I saw pictures like this. This can only come from the pit of hell.
Why aren’t all the Islamofacists and their supporters commenting on this? Is it because it doesn’t fit their propaganda of the poor helpless so-called Palestinians? Don’t worry Israel God is on your side!

Native American Zionist!

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