The attacks by Islamic terrorists all over the world happen with such frequency, that it’s all too easy to tune them out, especially when we’ve just suffered an attack ourselves.
While Boston police were hunting down terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a female suicide bomber killed four people in Khar, a town in Pakistan near the Afghanistan border, according to The Express Tribune, a Pakistani publication:
“At least four people were killed and four others were wounded in the blast outside the main gate of the hospital,” Mohammad Riaz, chief doctor at the government hospital, told AFP.
Local administration official Abdul Haseeb confirmed that it was a female suicide bomber and the casualties.
“It was a female suicide bomber, about 18-20 years old, we have found her legs and head,” he said.
The dead included a security personnel, a hospital worker and two civilians, he added.
After the Boston bombings, we all should be paying more attention to the innocents killed overseas by Islamic terrorists. If this week has proven anything, it’s that Islamic terror is here to stay.
While we mourn our own dead, we should be aware that all over the world, on an almost daily basis, someone is mourning the loss of a loved one, killed by Islamic extremists.
Read more at The Express Tribune: Female suicide bomber kills four in Bajaur Agency: Officials
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