Monday, May 20, 2019

Egypt: 12 Terrorists killed in shoot out after bomb attack on tourist bus.

(Cairo) 17 South African tourists were injured yesterday when their bus was targeted by a roadside bomb in Giza near the pyramids. In response the Egyptian police raided a couple of locations and quickly found themselves under fire from the locals . A little bit of return fire resulted in 12 dead Muslim brotherhood terrorists.

Ramadan death toll stands at 466

Friday, May 17, 2019

Pakistan: 18 year old girl shot dead by her father because she didn't wake him up to start his Ramadan fast.

(Malka Hans) Gulzar Ahmed wasn’t impressed when his 18 year old daughter Umme Samina  didn’t wake him at the crack of dawn in which to allow him to grab a bite to eat before the start of the daily fasting period during the month of Ramadan. So he shot her dead. Her uncle on hearing the news reported his own brother to the police , who picked up Gulzar,

But here’s the crux of the story, pious Muslim Gulzar  has an alcohol problem.

Ramadan death toll stands at 454

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Ramadan Death Count: India 16/05/19

(Kashmir) Two separate shoot outs between Indian security forces and Pakistani funded terrorists in India’s Kashmir saw 6 terrorists, 2 soldiers and 1 civilian killed on Thursday. The first incident transpired during a dawn raid in the Pulwama area of Kashmir which saw terrorists open fire on anybody and everybody when they saw the soldiers clearing civilians from the area. Leaving a civilian and a soldier dead. The three terrorists including a top commander were killed.

The second encounter happened on Thursday evening a few miles south of the first incident in the neighbouring district of Shopian, were a soldier who was wounded succumbed to his injuries the three terrorists were killed.

Ramadan death toll stands at 453

Ramadan Death Count: Pakistan 16/05/19

(Quetta) five policemen guarding a mosque were killed Monday and 12 others injured in a blast targeting a police vehicle  in Quetta city . The Terrorist group Tehreek-e Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has  claimed responsibility for the blast, just days after its splinter group Hizbul Ahrar claimed the attack on the police guarding Pakistan's oldest Sufi shrine in Lahore.

A follow up security operation a few miles down the road saw 9 suspected terrorists killed Thursday in a shoot out, 4 police were also injured.

Ramadan death toll stands at 444

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