Here’s an outstanding example of both dhimmi police work and dhimmi reporting: Reuters reports that “a car exploded in northern Italy early on Thursday, killing the 33-year-old Kuwaiti driver in what police said appeared to be more of a suicide bid rather than an attack on a nearby synagogue.
“‘We think we’re dealing with a suicide…It was more of an act of desperation than a subversive one,’ a policeman in Modena, northern Italy, told Reuters. ‘The man had shown uneasiness and problems relating to people in the past.'”
Yeah, those radical Muslim suicide bombers are such well-adjusted people, clearly a Muslim who has shown signs of “uneasiness” and “problems relating to people” must have been next to the synagogue by coincidence when he blew himself up.
“Jordanian-born Al Catib Muhammad Shafir Ammay, who had Kuwaiti citizenship, set himself on fire about 5 a.m. (0400 GMT). Police approached, and the car, which ran on flammable liquid propane gas (LPG), exploded, police said. No one else was hurt. The blast blew out windows and garage doors of nearby buildings. Police said the car was parked on a small, side street about 50 to 80 meters (yards) from the synagogue’s main entrance.”
This couldn’t have any connection to the synagogue attacks in Turkey last month, or to the suicide bombing of Italians in Iraq? Naah. Just a random Jordanian from Kuwait, randomly exploding himself . . . again at random . . . just by chance next to, well, a randomly located synagogue . . . could just as easily have been a randomly located mosque . . . just a chance phenomenon all in all . . .