PREMONITION OF BOMB IN INDIAN MARKET feb 08


premonition of bomb in India February 2008

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Subject: dream 26 jan 08 _pins in hands/indian shop
Date: Saturday, 26 January 2008 20:16
From: “eevee photography” <eeveephotography@inbox.com>
To: readings.by.eevee@inbox.com

dream 26 jan 08

  • i was at a market and when i went to an indian stall that sold clothes,i got lots of pins or nails through my hand, a woman was just standing there not saying anything,this could symbolise a bomb in india , bradford (somewhere with large asian community) east london or somewhere,the pins would symbolise shrapnel or it might be a nail bomb

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This is a dream i logged with my witnesses,note that bazaaar is another word for market and when you read the news piece below you will see the symbolism of the woman who was not talking

At least 73 dead in Baghdad bazaar bombs
BAGHDAD (AP) — Remote-controlled explosives strapped to two mentally retarded women detonated in a coordinated attack on Baghdad pet bazaars Friday, police and Iraqi officials said, killing at least 73 people in the deadliest day since the U.S. sent 30,000 extra troops to the capital this spring.

The chief Iraqi military spokesman in Baghdad, Brig. Gen. Qassim al-Moussawi, claimed the female bombers had Down syndrome and that the explosives were detonated by remote control, indicating they may not having been willing attackers in what could be a new method by suspected Sunni insurgents to subvert stepped up security measures.

U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker said the bombings showed that a resilient al-Qaeda has “found a different, deadly way” to try to destabilize Iraq.

“There is nothing they won’t do if they think it will work in creating carnage and the political fallout that comes from that,” he told the Associated Press in an interview at the State Department.

The first attack Friday occurred at about 10:20 a.m. in the central al-Ghazl market. The weekly bazaar has been bombed several times since the war started but recently had re-emerged as a popular place to shop and stroll as Baghdad security improved and a Friday ban on driving was lifted.

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