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Today in the "Religion of Peace™"
On this day, July 31st, in 1997, New York City police thwarted a planned bombing of the city's subway system. Acting on a tip, police entered a Brooklyn apartment containing 5 bombs and 2 Muslim men. One of the men reached for a detonation switch, and the two men were injured in the ensuing gunfire. Gazi Ibrahim Abu Mezer was later convicted of attempting to bomb a subway, while Lafi Khalil was acquitted. They were both "Palestinian" illegal immigrants, who planned to target a particular train because they believed it carried a large number of Jewish passengers. They may have had accomplices, but if so none were ever caught.
This attack was thankfully unsuccessful. Coming midway between the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993 and the Sept. 11 attacks, it shows the unrelenting nature of the jihad. If one group is stymied in one attack, there is always another group ready to carry out another attack. Eventually one of them will get through our defenses.
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