Tourist killings in Tunesia

Apr 15th, 2002, 11:53 PM
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Tourist killings in Tunesia

Anybody has any informations about that 10 German and French tourists beeing killed in Tunesia? Have heard is wasnt an accident but a bomb? We decided to go there in Sept. but are not so shure anymore.
Apr 16th, 2002, 12:51 AM
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Rumor has it that those slain tourists are very dead.
Apr 16th, 2002, 06:10 AM
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It was an accident just like the accidents which occurred on 9/11.
Apr 16th, 2002, 08:19 AM
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German authorities today arrested someone in connection witht he blast.

Tunisian officials claimed that the explosion was an accident, despite the fact that the truck was way off a regular trucking route, despite that the synagogue was down a dead end street, despite that to get to the synagogue the driver had to cut through an olive grove, despite that a non-moving truck full of gasoline happened to explode fewer than 3 meters from the wall of the synagogue, and despite that police have uncovered the typical video "last will and testament" of the driver's. An accident. Sure.
Apr 17th, 2002, 01:44 AM
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Did I read somewhere that Al Qaeda finally claimed responsibilty for the "accident"?
At any rate, with the strong presence of radical sympathizers which there is in many EU cities, it's only a matter of time until the Suicide Martyrs start blowing themselves up in good old Europe. My only wonder is if they get 72 BLOND virgins this way...
Apr 17th, 2002, 08:22 AM
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They get 72 virgins, but they never take off their burka. You can tell them apart by the numbers on the front and back.
May 8th, 2002, 06:37 AM
ellie robb
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I was just in Tunisia for 1 week no
problems except one must watch out for
"kamikaze" drivers, obey the traffic
lights religiously and be alert, if you
wish to live one. The Tunisians I talked to were shocked by the bombing
episode, said nothing like this had ever
happened before. I did not feel a
moment's fear, it would help if you
speak French, most people speak it.
I love Tunisia and have been there 3
times over a period of years! You have
to be careful and a "good (low-keyed)
American, wherever you go, smile at
everyone, be respectful of their dif-
ferences, etc. and stay away from any
religious places, is my recommendation.
The LeBardo Museum, the world's largest
collection of Roman mosaics, is not to
be missed, allow a whole day there! It

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