“...a Hamas bomb-making factory...” How much was it 0bama gave Hamas? I bet it was enough to make a lot of bombs and buy a lot of guns and other goodies.
And I am sure that Fatah is now destroyng the weapons from Hamas so they may never hurt anyone
Isn't that kind of like finding water in a lake?
this is what should be the results of things like that...
They should have blown the bombs up on the spot. Mosque and all.
Not surprising. A d*mned shame, though. Before being ground between the Muslims and Israelis, then actively persecuted by the Islamists, Ramallah had been a Christian town.
I’m sure Hitlery is giggling about that too. What a disgusting joke she is.
Huge Bomb Lab Found In Mosque
IsraelNationalNews | April 10, 2009 | By Maayana Miskin
Posted on 04/10/2009 2:48:29 AM PDT by Fennie
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I am sure the PA had nothing to do with it. Shin Bet had to give them the “gift” to make them look like a “peace partner”.
Note: Photos included.
Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center
at the Israel Intelligence Heritage & Commemoration Center (IICC)
April 20, 2009
“The Palestinian Authority security services have recently
exposed a Hamas terrorist network in Qalqilya”
SNIPPET: “The exposure of Hamas’s military-terrorist infrastructure in mosques
2. Following an explosion heard in Qalqilya’s Al-Ansari Mosque (April 8), the Palestinian Authority security services were called to the scene. They discovered a laboratory for manufacturing explosives in the basement of the mosque; found inside were pipe bombs and ready-to-use explosives (Nablus TV website, April 9). A Palestinian officer said anonymously that it was most likely a Hamas explosive laboratory, and a very big one at that. He further noted that four individuals were arrested, some of them Hamas operatives (nrg, April 9). The explosives were detonated with the assistance of IDF forces (ynet, April 10).
Materials found in the explosives laboratory located in the basement of the mosque
(Al-Jazeera, April 14)
3. The Palestinian Authority had the incident massively covered on the media. At a press conference held in Ramallah, National Security Spokesman Adnan al-Dumairi listed the recent achievements of the Palestinian security services, including the confiscation of the explosives in the Qalqilya mosque, and even showed some of the seized materials. He said that the explosives found in the mosque included a ready-to-use IED weighing about 7 kg (15 lbs) as well as chemicals used for manufacturing explosives, such as ammonia and sulfur. The Palestinian security forces arrested eight suspects who admitted to being involved with the improvised explosives laboratory. Adnan al-Dumairi noted that the security services’ activity was designed to promote public safety, and condemned the illicit use made of mosques and civilian institutions for military activity (Al-Jazeera, April 14).
National Security Spokesman Adnan al-Dumairi at the press conference
(Al-Jazeera, April 14)
4. On April 16, the Palestinian Authority security services exposed a workshop for manufacturing explosives in an abandoned house in Qalqilya, some 200 yards from the security fence. Three civilians were arrested for their alleged involvement. Found in the abandoned house were eight IEDs and gas tanks with text on them that read Al-Qassam Martyrs Brigades. Also found in the abandoned house were pamphlets inciting against Palestinian Authority institutions (Qudsnet website, April 16). The Palestinian Authority suspects that this explosives workshop belonged to the same Hamas network responsible for the workshop under the mosque.
5. It is no accident that the workshop was located in a mosque in Qalqilya. Hamas frequently deploys its military and terrorist infrastructures in mosques, both in the Gaza Strip and in Judea and Samaria .”