Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Brave Jihadi Babyhunters Strike Again

From the Associated Press
BAGHDAD, Iraq - A suicide car bomb exploded next to U.S. troops handing out candy and toys, killing 18 children and teenagers Wednesday. Parents heard the shattering explosion and raced out to the discover the worst — children's mangled, bloodied bodies strewn on the street.

Up to 27 people were killed by the blast in the Shiite Muslim neighborhood, including an American soldier. At least 70 people were injured, a newborn and three U.S. soldiers among them.

Children's slippers lay piled near the blast crater not far from a crumbled child's bicycle as blood pooled in the street.
Meanwhile, as you can see from the post below about the FBI, brave jihadi detainees are whining about the indignities of their treatment at Gitmo.

This latest attack follows a tradition, long endorsed by brave militant Islamists and firebreathing Muslim clerics, of attacking the softest targets available.