“Right-wing extremists”? Must be. After all, it couldn’t be Islamic jihad terrorists, right? It’s a religion of peace!
Seriously, even if this isn’t jihad, it shows how the culture is corrupted by jihad. Human being are imitative creatures. Just as there was a spate of assassinations in the 1960s, there could very well now be a spate of bombings committed by non-Muslims, who see how jihadis perpetrate attack after attack and are rewarded with appeasement and accommodation.
Or it could be…Islamic jihadists.
“Germany: Player hurt in blasts near Borussia Dortmund bus,” by Martin Meissner, Associated Press, April 11, 2017:
Three explosions went off near the team bus of one of Germany’s top soccer clubs as it set off for a Champions League quarterfinal match on Tuesday evening, injuring a player.
Police said in a statement they were working on the assumption that the blasts were caused by “serious explosive devices,” which may have been hidden in a hedge near a car park.
They didn’t elaborate on the possible nature of the devices or say who might have planted them ahead of first-leg match between Borussia Dortmund and Monaco, which was subsequently called off and rescheduled for Wednesday.
Police said that there were three explosions near the Dortmund team bus as they left their hotel on the outskirts of the western city of Dortmund for the stadium, around 10 kilometers (6 miles) away, at around 7 p.m. local time (1700 GMT).
A window on the bus was damaged and Spanish defender Marc Bartra was injured.
Dortmund said Bartra was taken to a hospital. Dortmund chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke said Bartra was injured in the arm and hand “but nothing life-threatening.”
Dortmund goalkeeper Roman Buerki said the team bus had just pulled out of the hotel driveway when an explosion — a “huge bang” — happened and sent glass flying. The Switzerland international told Swiss daily Blick that he was sitting in the last row of the bus, next to Bartra.
Bartra was hit by shards from the broken back window, he added. Players ducked for cover, wondering whether there would be more explosions.
“We’re all shocked — nobody thought about a football match in the minutes after that,” he said….