Tuesday, June 28, 2016

2 Suicide Bombers Detonate At Istanbul Airport, 10 Dead, 40 Wounded So Far, I'll Give You Three Guesses.

Damned if I know what it's going to take before someone gets serious about exterminating these motherfuckers.
There should be enough Tomahawk missiles raining down  to darken the skies wherever anybody even thinks these goatfuckers may be lurking in any numbers.

At least 2 blasts rock Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport, multiple injuries reported

At least two explosions have been reported at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport. At least 10 people have been killed and 40 more injured in the blasts, according to Turkish officials.
The blasts occurred in the airport’s International Arrivals Terminal.

A Turkish official confirmed to Reuters that two explosions have hit the airport. According to some Turkish media, the blasts were terrorist attacks targeting two separate locations in the airport.

More than 40 people have been injured in explosions at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, broadcaster Haberturk reports.

Many people caught in the blasts and near the airport posted photos and videos from the scene, showing the destruction caused by the explosions as well as people hiding in various places in search of safety.

Gunfire was heard from the car park near the airport, CNN Turk reports, citing the witnesses. Four armed men were reportedly seen running away from the terminal building after the explosions, according to Turkey’s NTV channel.


Irish said...




FrankC said...

Radical Muslims in Turkey. Whoda thunk it.

Irish said...

Here's some neat art for ya Phil


Chris Mallory said...

Why waste American tax money on them? Just close our borders and let the rats fight over the sewer of the Middle East. Nothing in that region is worth one drop of American blood or one ounce of American gold. Let the Russians have the mess, if they are dumb enough to take it.

Phil said...

I got a kick out of those!
Thanks for the link man.
I think the BBQ one was my favorite.

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