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ohio2007 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat May-02-09 10:22 AM
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1. Pictured: The moment teenage suicide bomber was wrestled to the ground by Iraqi police
No paticular reason for posting it on this thread, here are the pics of
the face of the FAILED suicide bomber in Kirkuk

Captured: Iraqi officials move quickly to restrain the young suicide bomber in the grounds of a Shi'ite mosque in Kirkuk, Iraq - the teenager is bleeding from the head
With his vest stuffed with explosives, this young man was hoping to kill himself and dozens of worshipers inside a Shi'ite mosque in Iraq.
But in extraordinary scenes, police and security officials wrangled the teenager to the ground moments before he entered the building.
With blood streaming from his head, possibly from hitting the hard ground, the 19-year-old fell unconscious.


Iraqi cops spoiled his 72 virgin adventure that the mullahs always preech about.
al Sadre is no exception. Could this be considered police brutality in a sharia court of law ?
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