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Police: Mumbai gunmen came by sea from Pakistan
Posted on 12/02/2008 6:15:24 PM PST by Sammy67
Print By RAMOLA TALWAR BADAM, Ramola Talwar Badam
MUMBAI, India The gunmen who attacked Mumbai set out by boat from the Pakistani port of Karachi, then later hijacked an Indian fishing trawler that carried them toward this financial capital on their suicide mission, a top police official said Tuesday.
As evidence of the militants' links to Pakistan mounted, Mumbai police commissioner Hasan Ghafoor said ex-Pakistani army officers trained the group some for up to 18 months and denied reports the men had been planning to escape the city.
"It appears that it was a suicide attack," Ghafoor said, providing no other details about when the gunmen left Karachi, or when they hijacked
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Gunman? Militants, Who are these people? Could these Gunman belong to the religion of Peace? Are they Muslim? For some reason the author does not want the reader to know ISLAM is responsible!
posted on 12/02/2008 6:15:25 PM PST
PhD egghead scientists - water is still wet.
posted on 12/02/2008 7:09:45 PM PST
For some reason the author does not want the reader to know ISLAM is responsible!
I think you must be wrong about that. Islam is a religion of peace after all. Just ask the people in NY or Bali or Beslan or Sderot or any of the other fine places where muslims regularly interact with
dirty kafirs er... their fellow men, (yeah, that's it).
posted on 12/02/2008 8:00:27 PM PST
by elmer fudd
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