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Wahhabist Terrorists Kill Dozens in Kuwait, Tunisia

Posted by feww on June 27, 2015

Dozens murdered, scores injured by Wahhabist Terrorists in Kuwait, Tunisia

Wahhabist Terrorists, believed to be supported by the Saudi Royal family, and operating under the umbrella of the terrorist group Daesh (aka, ISIL) have killed at least 27 people and wounded up to 230 others in an attack on a Shia mosque in Kuwait during Friday prayers.

“Anti-Shia hate propaganda spread by Sunni religious figures sponsored by, or based in, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf monarchies, is creating the ingredients for a sectarian civil war engulfing the entire Muslim world,” said a 2013 report.

The terrorist used a walking bomb.

Mass Murder in Tunisia

At least 40 people, mostly foreign tourists, have been killed and dozens of others injured in an attack on a beach in the Tunisian resort town of Sousse, officials have said.

Belgians, Britons, Germans, French, Irish and Tunisian nationals are among the dead, said reports. Again, the Saudi-backed  Whabbist terrorist group Dash terrorist group has claimed responsibility.

In March terrorists killed 22 people, mainly foreign visitors, in an attack on a museum in the capital Tunis.

 

One Response to “Wahhabist Terrorists Kill Dozens in Kuwait, Tunisia”

  1. T.E. said

    Kuwaiti government has identified the bomber as Saudi national named Fahd Suleiman Abdulmohsen al-Qaba’a. The The terrorist reportedly flew into Kuwait on Friday several hours before he detonated the bomb at the mosque.

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