July 19, 2012

Signs Point to Iran in Bulgarian Bombing

Ulrike Putz, Der Spiegel

AP Photo

The suicide bomber was wearing plaid Bermuda shorts, a bright blue T-shirt, baseball cap, sunglasses and long hair. It was the perfect disguise; the young man looked just like a normal tourist. For more than an hour on Wednesday afternoon, he lingered in the parking lot of the airport in Burgas, the Black Sea coastal town in Bulgaria, according to video taken by surveillance cameras. When 44 Israeli tourists climbed onto a bus at 5:30 p.m. on their way to a beach-front hotel, the imposter boarded as well.

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TAGGED: Jews, Terrorism, Bulgaria, Iran, Hezbollah


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