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Bomb Voyage – Another Premature Detonation spreads terrorism (literally)

2016/04/28

Oops! Suicide bomber detonates vest early, kills 8 other terrorists

IndiaToday.in  | New Delhi, April 27, 2016

The militants were reportedly working for Mullah Wali, a Taliban commander. The group had planned a devastating attack on the northern Afghan city of Kunduz.

In a scene straight out of a Hollywood film, a Taliban fighter detonated his suicide vest by mistake, killing himself and his eight colleagues without a single civilian casualty.

The militants were reportedly working for Mullah Wali, a Taliban commander, British tabloid The Sun reported. The group had planned a devastating attack on the northern Afghan city of Kunduz.

The paper quoted the Afghan Ministry of Interior as saying the jihadis were all wearing suicide vests, and appeared to be plotting a coordinated attack.

On their way to Kunduz something went wrong and one of the fighters appears to have detonated his bomb prematurely. The explosion killed all the jihadis involved.

The Taliban has chosen to remain silent about the explosion, perhaps out of embarrassment, the tabloid said.

In an earlier incident, a group of 10 would-be bombers had blown themselves up whilst working on an IED in Ghazni province.

Similarly, in November last year, an incompetent jihadi was blown to pieces by a mortar whilst filming IS propaganda video.

[Byline Vishakha Saxena]

Obama and other Muslim Brotherhood members of the Obama Administration to send condolences to the families of the Islamist jihadis and will offer reparations for their loss. (ya think?)

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