Saturday, September 27, 2008

Warriors Destroy Tactical Flower Market

It's anyone's guess who dropped a bomb in a New Delhi flower market today.

A young boy, about 10, saw two people drop a package from a bike and leave. They ignored him when he told them that they'd dropped a package. When he picked it up, it exploded.

Nobody's claimed responsibility for this particular attack, but an outfit calling itself the Indian Mujahideen said that they're the ones who took out a a park and crowded shopping areas two weeks ago.

Sometimes, the valor of these holy warriors leaves me nearly speechless.
  • "New Delhi flower market blast kills boy"
    CNN (September 27, 2008)
    • "NEW DELHI, India (CNN) -- A young boy was killed and 17 people hurt when a bomb exploded in south New Delhi Saturday, an Indian police spokesman said...."

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