BREAKING: Fourth of July Terror Attack on US Consulate in Jeddah Thwarted By Saudi Police
A suicide bomber was intercepted by Saudi police outside the U.S. consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia early Monday morning and blew himself up after exchanging gunfire according to local reports. Monday the Fourth of July is Independence Day in the United States marking the July 4, 1776 Declaration of Independence from Great Britain. The attack also took place in the latter days of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan in which Muslim terrorists have killed and wounded thousands of victims in worldwide attacks.
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Only the bomber was reported killed with two security personnel reported injured.
“Another dead dog of #hellfire. Killed himself trying to bomb the #Jeddah 🇺🇸 Consulate #تفجير_القنصلية_الامريكية_بجدة”
BREAKING: Suicide bomber was stopped then opened fire, after minor fire exchange with police, he blew up and died.
ISIS will be defeated.
— Yousef Al Naimi (@YousefAlNaimi) July 4, 2016
“BREAKING: Suicide bomber was stopped then opened fire, after minor fire exchange with police, he blew up and died. ISIS will be defeated.”
“Suicide bombing in a hospital parking lot in Jeddah, #Saudi near the old U.S consulate.
Bomber dead ,2 injured. No further harm reported.”
“I’m told all staff housing has moved to the new consulate complex, there would only be security personnel at this location”
— LeoOfArabia (@AynHaAyn) July 4, 2016
“#Saudi #Wahhabi #ISIL #suicide bomber blew himself at gate of #American #consulate at #Jeddah,#SaudiArabia,2 injured”