Thread: Al-Qa'ida claims Beirut bomb
02-02-2006, 02:56 PM #1
Al-Qa'ida claims Beirut bomb
Al Qaida on Thursday claimed responsibility for the car bomb that exploded in Beirut late Wednesday night.
In a message to a Lebanese newspaper, the terrorist organization stated that the blast signaled the end of an ultimatum handed to the Lebanese government insisting they release 13 al Qaida activists who were recently arrested.
Normally, denial of Islamic participation in acts of bloodlust, and even diversion of responsibility is the mantra of the jihadist, I dont see how anyone can deny that Islamic terror has no bounds, no political goals, no morality, no connection to Arabs or indeed the Islamic nation.
Once again the violent jihadist are proudly and loudly showing the world they have no loyalty, morality, or cultural attachment to God or man.
02-03-2006, 12:54 AM #2
it was not a car bomb it was 700g bomb , they threw it from a car into the Lebanese army base and it exploded inside.
Al Qaeda from a long time is trying to make a functional cell in Lebanon but its failing because Lebanon is a small country and they cant move and act without being spoted by the general security forces.
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