Wednesday, December 31, 2008

  • Wednesday, December 31, 2008
  • Elder of Ziyon
YNet:
Unknown assailants, believed to be Arab, attacked salespeople at an Israeli-owned stand in Denmark, the Foreign Ministry said Wednesday afternoon. Two Israelis reportedly suffered light injuries in the shooting attack.

"Two Israelis working a Dead Sea Products stand in a mall were fired upon," Dan Oryan of the Israeli Embassy in Copenhagen told Ynet. "We don’t know how many people were involved in the shooting, but several individuals were seen fleeing the scene.

Ma'an News Arabic:
Palestinians open fire on Israeli soldiers in Denmark

Israeli sources said that Palestinian youths entered one of the shops that sell Israeli products derived from the Dead Sea near the Denmark's capital Copenhagen opened fire on Israeli soldiers were inside the shop.

You see, if they were just store-owners it is a terror attack; but if they are soldiers than it is Jihad!

Life gets so much easier when you can justify terrorism through linguistics.

UPDATE: Commenter Henrik lives near where the shootings occured, he adds more details in the comments.

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