The bomb outside the Aisha-mosque story gets stranger by the hour

In the Sky news story, a package containing batteries and wires was found near a mosque on Sunday night and a loud bang was reported being heard on Friday night. So, 2 nights after the explosion the bomb was found apparently.











In this story, the imam finds the bomb remnants and takes it home for the weekend then gives it to the police. It’s starting to sound a lot like Hilaley. 

West Midlands Police also said a loud bang heard by residents in the Caldmore area of Walsall late on Friday “appeared to be consistent” with the device exploding.

No one was injured and minimal damage was caused around the device, which was found by a local man on Saturday in an alleyway adjoining the Aisha Mosque and Islamic Centre.

Police were called to the mosque on Rutter Street at around 10.45pm on Saturday following the discovery of the bomb, which had initially been taken home by a worshipper who failed to realise what it was.

…and exactly why does someone take home an unexploded bomb not realizing what it is?

Is that fish I smell?

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

4 Replies to “The bomb outside the Aisha-mosque story gets stranger by the hour”

  1. if you “short” a charged battery, it will go bang.
    what i want to know is: what explosive charge, if any, was there.
    this sounds well dodgy to my untrained ears.

  2. “The item had been found on Friday and taken inside the mosque by a well-meaning member of the public, police added.” – dailymail

    It sounds like someone from the mosque set this whole thing up. But we all know it including the police. They just have to play along to keep receiving a paycheck.

  3. The ‘well meaning member of the public’ is being reported elsewhere as being an ‘Imam’.

    No surprises there, then.

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