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Israel: Tel Aviv sandwich shop explosion

Over the last two weeks the Israeli government and media had been doing their best to cover the news of the Jewish families living in Hevron.

Today a Palestinian bomber once again blew himself up in a crowd. Islamic Jihad today demonstrated a terror act by dispatching a suicide bomber to a Tel Aviv sandwich shop. Almost two dozen wounded according to early reports.

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  • hala

    I find it unfair calling it a terror act demonstrated by Islamic Jihad, it sounds as if you’re labelling IJ as terrorits.
    ya3ni there is a contradtion in this statement

    Today a Palestinian bomber once again blew himself up in a crowd. Islamic Jihad today demonstrated a terror act by dispatching a suicide bomber to a Tel Aviv sandwich shop.

    I hope u can rectify it,

    cheers

  • if a group that blows up a bomb in a crowd of people at a sandwich stand aren’t terrorists then what qualifies as terrorism?

  • […] Laila el-Haddad (Blogger of Raising Yousuf) writes her third post in a series of five parts to Guardian Unlimited about elections in Gaza, Palestine. She updates on the situation saying: “Things are getting heated between the frontrunners, Hamas and Fateh, who have been exchanging blows over credibility over the past few days.” Laila further talked about the recent bombing in Tel Aviv and its effect on the elections. She has estimated Hamas audience with no less than 50,000 whilst Fatah (Arabic) enjoyed only 20,000 Gazzan in the northern district. […]

  • […] Three days ago, Laila updated saying that the situation is getting heated between Hamas and Fatah. She further talked about the recent bombing in Tel Aviv and its effect on the elections. She has estimated Hamas audience with no less than 50,000 whilst Fatah (Arabic) enjoyed only 20,000 Gazzan in the northern district. […]

  • […] Three days ago, Laila updated saying that the situation is getting heated between Hamas and Fatah. She further talked about the recent bombing in Tel Aviv and its effect on the elections. She has estimated Hamas audience with no less than 50,000 whilst Fatah (Arabic) enjoyed only 20,000 Gazzan in the northern district. […]

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