The Tundra Tabloids doesn’t celebrate women’s day because socialist thinking lies there in the background, so the day passed uneventful-like here at the TT ranch. Actually, there was no intention to post on it all, until now, thanks to a TT reader. KGS

Palestinians celebrate woman’s day with first female suicide bomber

The Al-Amari Palestinian youth center has announced a football tournament for youth to be held later this week, named after the first Palestinian female suicide bomber Wafa Idris.

Wafa Idris was the first Palestinian female suicide bomber. She blew herself up in Jerusalem, killing one and injuring more than 150 on Jan. 27, 2002. As a volunteer for the Palestinian Red Crescent, she was able to bypass Israeli security and enter Jerusalem in a Palestinian ambulance. Since her bombing, Israel has been forced to delay Palestinian ambulances entering Jerusalem at security check points.

More here.


  1. To “palestinians” the ultimate in human achievement is to be a mass murderer. Pretty much illustrates what Israel has to deal with.

  2. It is all fundamentalists Moslems that think this way, and setting a moderate Moslem down and reading the Koran to them usually makes them a fundamentalist.

  3. Chalk it up to Palestinian Muslims to pervert what is supposed to be life-affirming into something that celebrates death.

    Islam takes everything that is virtuous in the rest of the world and calls these things sinful. Islam then takes everything that is known as evil in the rest of the world and celebrates these as good, so long as Muslims benefit.

    When did this come to be called a religion?

  4. RRWest it started being called a religion back in the 7th Century and trying to change that is going to be harder then convincing people the Nazi’s were left wing.

  5. The results of a rigorous statistical analysis of Islam’s three ‘sacred’ texts – the Qur’an, the Sira and the Ahadith – cogently reveal, in addition to many other facts, that Islam’s success (measured in numbers of conversions) at the time of Mohammed’s death in 632AD was 0.3% religion and 99.7% politics. Without the overwhelming political component (jihad), Islam as a pure religious ideology would have disappeared soon after Mohammed’s death. And so when we speak of Islam, we are essentially speaking of a political ideology, not a religious one.

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