July 18, 2012

Terrorists Blow Up Bus Carrying Jewish Tourists in Bulgaria


Three Israelis were killed and many injured when a suicide bomber blew up an Israeli tourist bus at the airport of the Bulgarian city of Burgas on Wednesday, the 18th anniversary of the Iran-sponsored attack on the AMIA Jewish center in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The bus was carrying Israeli tourists who landed in Bulgaria at a 4:45 p.m, and was meant to take them to Bulgaria's Sunny Beach resort. Two adjacent buses were also damaged in the blast.

Bulgarian Press reports.
Panic is rampant because the parking lot full of cars, taxis and tourists, transmit agencies. "Everywhere there are body parts, is staggering," said a witness of what happened to the site Burgas24. According to BNT blast happened on Bourgas Airport shortly after 17:30. The group has included a total of 40 Israeli travelers who had arrived for the 8-day summer vacation in Bulgaria. They had to stay at the "Chrysanthemum" in Sunny Beach. More than 20 people were admitted to hospital in Burgas, and four are in critical condition,
There has been no claim on the bombing but the date of the attack is significant and suggests Iran.