Palestinian homicide bomber murders three Israelis

The Jerusalem Post (www.jpost.com) reports that a Palestinian homicide bomber has murdered three Israelis:

At least Three people were killed and twenty wounded on Thursday after a suicide bombing at the Geha bridge on Jabotinsky street near Tel Aviv at 18:20. Two of the victims were women, and their bodies were taken to Abu Kabir Forensic Institute.

The blast took place at a busy bus stop under the Geha Bridge - a major junction just outside Tel Aviv used by commuters to reach Tel Aviv, Petah Tikva and Bnei Brak.

A Palestinian suicide bomber, a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) blew himself up at a bus stop under the Geha Bridge. Police have closed the area and are conducting searches. A helicopter joined the search. [...]

"After three months without a terror attack within the Green Line there were many foiled attempts but the situation is still volatile and today's attack shows that on the other side there is no strategic change," Aharonishky said. Security services have thwarted 22 terror attacks in the past month alone, Israel Radio reported.

The Hamas, the PFLP, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and Arafat's Al-Aksa Brigrades are racist murderers whose only goal is to destroy the State of Israel and kill all of her citizens. They reject peace with the "Jews" and the "Infidels" and almost daily try to blow themselves up targetting women and babies. For more information, click here; for a list of homicide bombings executed by these fanatic bastards, click here.

I copy the full article below.





Three killed in Geha Bridge bus stop suicide bombing
By JPOST.COM STAFF, Dec. 25, 2003

At least Three people were killed and twenty wounded on Thursday after a suicide bombing at the Geha bridge on Jabotinsky street near Tel Aviv at 18:20.

Two of the victims were women, and their bodies were taken to Abu Kabir Forensic Institute.

The blast took place at a busy bus stop under the Geha Bridge - a major junction just outside Tel Aviv used by commuters to reach Tel Aviv, Petah Tikva and Bnei Brak.

A Palestinian suicide bomber, a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) blew himself up at a bus stop under the Geha Bridge. Police have closed the area and are conducting searches. A helicopter joined the search.

Following the attack, Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz ordered the IDF to impose a full closure on the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, and said he would have to reconsider the recent concessions granted to the Palestinian population.

Magen David Adom officials reported that four people were seriously injured in the blast which took place underneath the Geha Bridge. The wounded have been taken to Tel Hashomer, Beilinson hospitals. [Check bottom of page for Hospital numbers]

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) claimed responsibility for the attack, saying Shahed Hanani, from Beit Furik near Nablus, carried out the attack in response to Palestinian casualties during recent IDF incursions into the West Bank city of Nablus.

Speaking from the scene of the attack, Police Insp.-Gen. Shlomo Aharonishky said that there was not a specific warning of a terror attack in the Bnei Berak area and that the explosive device was of medium size.

"After three months without a terror attack within the Green Line there were many foiled attempts but the situation is still volatile and today's attack shows that on the other side there is no strategic change," Aharonishky said. Security services have thwarted 22 terror attacks in the past month alone, Israel Radio reported.

Health Minister Danny Naveh said that on a national level the attack is a reminder that Israel is in the midst of a war against terror.

"My conclusion is that before beginning a diplomatic process we need to remove the [Palestinian] terror infrastructure," Naveh said

Yossi Sedbon, Tel Aviv district police commander told Israel's Channel 2 television. "We believe that this was a terror attack." Sedbon said that one suicide bomber was involved in the attack, and not two separate explosive devices as previously thought.

He mentioned that several months ago at the scene of the attack TA police captured over 100 Palestinian illegally residing in Israel who were living in bushed nearby the bus station and added police would have top investigate if there was a connection.

Police said there were no specific warnings of attacks in the area. Security sources said there was no connection between the pepetrators of the attack to those nabbed two weeks ago who planned to attack Ramat Gan.

Director of Sheba Hospital Zev Rotshtein said that doctors there were primarily working on two youths, one female and a male, who had suffered serious shrapnel wounds to the bottom part of their bodies.

Witnesses said an explosion blew out windows in the area. The witness said he did not see a bombed out bus.

Police are asking the public to stay away from the area so as to let the evacuation of the wounded take place.

The attack, if a suicide bombing, would be the first since an Oct. 4 bombing at a restaurant in the northern Israeli city of Haifa that killed 21 people.

Emergency Numbers

Sheba Hospital, Tel Hashomer - 12-55-131
The Rabin Medical Center-Beilinson Campus - 12-55-134
New Immigrants Hotline - 12-55-081010

Posted by David Melle
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Comments

Skip calling them either suicide or homicide bombers and face facts, they're all idiots so "idiot bomber" would fit them to a tee. :-)

Lloyd

Posted by: Lloyd at March 4, 2004 07:45 AM


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