Thursday, January 02, 2014

Czech Czech Boom...

Via Debka:
Palestinian ambassador to Prague dies in accidental explosion

The Palestinian ambassador Jamal al-Jamal to the Czech Republic has died of injuries sustained in an explosion at his residence in Prague Wednesday morning. 
He died after being rushed to hospital. His family was in the apartment and treated for shock. 
The Czech authorities want an explanation for the presence of dangerous explosives at his home.
Err.. Isn't it obvious?
The Palestinian Foreign Ministry said the explosion occurred when the ambassador was moving an old office safe box during which he may have triggered an anti-burglary device. 
Or the safe was full of explosives for use in diplomatic activities, Palestinian style.
There is no suspicion of an attack.
Standby for Israel to be blamed, of course. 

Bye Jamal. Mazal Tov on the Darwin Award. Send regards to Arafat.


Blogger Minicapt said...

They thought his last words were "Send text", and tried to find his last message.
What he said was "Semtex".


2:43 PM  
Anonymous Chistery said...

Is it legal to rig a bomb to your safe as an anti-theft device in the Czech Republic?

7:54 AM  

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