Thursday, April 19, 2007

Censorship by Bomb Continues in Gaza

Radical Islamists in the Palestinian-ruled Gaza Strip are continuing their efforts at censorship by bomb. This time, they went after a new target:

A library of a Christian association and three Internet cafes were extensively damaged in pre-dawn bomb attacks Sunday in Gaza City, witnesses and security sources said.

No one was wounded in the attacks, they said.

The blast at the library, property of a Baptist church association, blew off the entry doors and caused extensive damage inside, a security source said.


Separately, three Internet cafes in Gaza city were also bombed, the latest of dozens that have been attacked during the past several months.

Most of the attacks have been claimed by an extremist group called "The Swords of Truth" that says that the cafes offer young Palestinians access to pornographic Internet sites.


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