Jihadi Terrorists Accidentally Blow Themselves Up at Sing-A-Long Party
Uh, ooopsies. Someone forgot to check his suicide vest at the door, I guess. This party of singing jihadis went up in smoke when someone accidentally let one of their bombs go off.
As the Sunday World noted:
A group of men from a Syrian based terrorist group called Takfiri were accidentally blown up when one of their gang forgot to take off his bomb belt.
The event, which has been described by media outlets as a “Jihadi office party”, was cut short by a huge explosion followed by screams of “Allahu akbar”.
Now that right there is funny. I don’t care who you are.
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