Saturday, October 29, 2005

The Latest Butcher's Bill

Islamo-fascist butchers murder at least 49 in New Delhi. My Way News has the story here.

As Pakistan and India prepare to discuss the unprecedented opening of the contentious "Line of Control" in disputed Kashmere, the blood-lusters have spoken. Peace between the righteous and the infidels will not be tolerated, even if it saves lives.

How else can sensible people explain this?
Home Minister Shivraj Patil said 39 people were killed in a blast in the Sarojini Nagar market. Jagtar Singh, a spokesman for the Delhi fire department said seven people were killed in the first blast, in the crowded central neighborhood of Paharganj and three were killed in a bus in the Govindpuri neighborhood. He had no further details.

Witnesses said the blasts shook their neighborhoods.

"The blast was so powerful, my house shook," said Kiran Mohan, a photo editor who lives about 200 yards away from the Sarojini Nagar market.

At least 60 people were injured in that explosion, according to a policeman, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media, with dozens more thought to have been hurt in the others.

While the Indian government faces opposition from dozens of militant organizations - from tiny fringe organizations to well-armed Kashmiri rebel groups - there was no immediate official word that the explosions had been caused by bombs.

The explosions occurred as Indian and Pakistani officials began talks in Islamabad, Pakistan, Saturday on an unprecedented opening of the territory's disputed frontier to help victims of the massive Oct. 8 earthquake believed to have killed about 80,000 people.

Foreign Ministry officials were discussing whether to let Kashmiris cross the heavily militarized Line of Control, the cease-fire line that divides the Himalayan region over which the South Asian rivals have fought two wars.
Agents of Evil continue their worship of hatred and death. May Fools in both India and Pakistan recognize the blood-lusting nihilism for what it is: a dead end. May they continue to seek the high road to a peaceful solution to the border in Kashmere.