Terrrorists Lodge Bomb in Dog Carcass to Conceal Explosives
It’s getting hard to tell the animals from the animals.
SITE Institute reports on the latest terror tactic:
The Mujahideen Army [Jeish al-Mujahideen], among several communiqués issued today, Monday, February 26, 2007, documenting operations within the group’s “Attack of the Wind of Anger”, claims responsibility for detonating an improvised explosive device (IED) on a “Crusader” Hummer vehicle in the area of al-Miqdadiya in Diyala, Iraq. This attack, executed on Wednesday, February 21, involved the use of a dog’s carcass to conceal the explosive.
Such insurgent tactics are not new; in January 2006, the Conquering Army [Jeish al-Fatiheen] published a video in which the Mujahideen are shown placing explosives inside the carcass of another animal. The bomb-laden animal was then placed at a roadside and detonated remotely as a vehicle passed.