Friday, October 31, 2008

Buried Missiles and Bombings in Palestine

CUI BONO, readers?

"Egypt finds missiles in northern Sinai

RAFAH, Egypt - An Egyptian security official says police have discovered eight missiles in an underground bunker in the northern Sinai desert. The official said yesterday that surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles were found."

Why do I smell ISRAEL all over this "planting" of evidence?

And Fatah here?

"Blast kills Hamas officer in station

GAZA CITY - A Hamas policeman was killed and three others were wounded when an explosive device went off in a police station in the Gaza Strip yesterday, a spokesman said.

Hamas police spokesman Islam Shahwan said the device was found earlier in the day in the Hamas-controlled territory and was taken to the police station to be dismantled. While security men were taking the bomb apart, it exploded, causing several secondary blasts, Shahwan said.

It was not immediately clear where the explosive device was found and why it had been taken inside the police station instead of being detonated outside. Earlier yesterday, Hamas released 17 jailed Fatah members, saying it set them free as a goodwill gesture before reconciliation talks between the rivals in Cairo on Nov. 9."

Too bad Fatah works for Usrael!

And CUI BONO from the "placed bomb?"

Every time there is the possibility of Palestinian reconciliation, we get a bombing!


See: The Plight of the Pashtuns

Suiciding Somalia's Peace Process

I think not.