Suicide Bombings are Really Remote Detonations — March 27, 2016

Salman An-Noor Hossain, who was wanted by Interpol in 2010, writes that Muslims are being unfairly blamed as “suicide bombers.”

By Salman An-Noor Hossain — ( 

Salman An-Noor Hossain

Salman An-Noor Hossain

For the past few decades, we’ve all been hearing about “Islamic suicide bombings” from the International Jewish/Zionist owned press. But how many of them were really Kamikazes?
The International press keeps harping about “suicide bombings” in Paris, Brussels, and Turkey but CCTV footage shows remote controlled bombings or timed detonations. The same thing happened in the Madrid bombings as well. Here are some case scenarios where the international press (including the cesspool of confusion calling itself “Veteran’s Today”) claims “suicide attackers” struck but these end up being remote controlled or timed explosions.
First Case scenario: The March 13th 2016 Bus Bombing in Ankara. Kamikaze “car bombers” were blamed on the PKK but the CCTV footage shows the bus as being rigged with explosives. The car driving by was incidental to the blast and not the direct source of the detonation that was triggered – either via remote control or timers. The explosives ripped right through the bus and not from an external point of impact. My suspicion points towards Israeli military intelligence linked to elements of the Turkish underworld (tied to the deposed factions in the military) opposed to Erdogan’s government has having carried out the operation. 37 casualties reported.


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