July 26, 2008

Second Day of Terror in India, Jawa Report Probably to Blame

For the second day in a row multiple explosions have terrorized a city in India. Yesterday multiple bombs hit India's high-tech center of Bangalore. Today Ahmedabad was hit. Early reports about the series of timed explosions vary from a low of 20 being injured to a high of 55+. The BBC is reporting that two people were killed.

The blasts seem to have hit the city's major transportation systems, including buses and rail. They also note that the blasts were in a predominately Muslim area of the city. The inference being that his wasn't an act of Islamist terror. But the AFP reports that a group calling itself "The Indian Mujahedeen" has claimed responsibility for the attack.

Yesterdays bombings were an act of terror. Multiple bombings over several days is a campaign of terror.

On July 11, 2006 seven bombs detonated on trains in the Indian city of Mumbai. As part of the reaction, the Indian government attempted to ban 17 websites.

All 17 were connected to The Jawa Report for a series of posts we did making fun of Muslim overreaction to false stories published in the MSM that Qurans had been desecrated at Guantanamo Bay.

The inference being that India blamed us for provoking Muslims into rioting and terrorism.

I wonder who they'll blame for the current campaign of terror?

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 10:50 AM | Comments |