Wednesday, January 01, 2014

Palis Starting The New Year Off With A Blast!

The WSJ: Palestine Envoy Killed in Prague Blast: Authorities Deem Explosion of Safe-Deposit Box an Accident

The Palestinian ambassador to the Czech Republic died after sustaining injuries from an explosion at his residence Wednesday that local authorities describe as an accident, not an attack.

"We aren't aware of any evidence indicating that the blast was caused by an explosive device planted with a deliberate aim to harm the ambassador," police spokeswoman Andrea Zoulova said.

The explosion happened when Jamal al-Jamal, the 56-year-old diplomat, manipulated an old office safe deposit box, Ms. Zoulova said.

Allegedly that safe, located in what was the PLO's offices in Prague during the Iron Curtain period, when Czechoslovakia was a conveinet shipping point for Semtex and weapons to the PLO from the Soviets, had not been opened in 20-25 years.

Whoever was the Palestinian-Terrorist-In-Charge at the time put something nasty in the safe and just scored a time-delayed own-goal.

Quite the explosive way to blast in the New Year.

1 comment:

Expatriate Owl said...

"Palestinian Foreign Minister Riad Malki said no foul play was suspected ..."

"Martin Cervicek, the country's top police officer, told Czech public television that nothing was immediately found to suggest that the diplomat had been a victim of a crime."

Au contraire!

They got paid in their own bitcoin!