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  • Toto the Terrorist? F U Al Qaeda

    Blow up our buildings? Verbally assault our country? Meh. But you F with dogs....you have gone too far.
    Report: Failed Al Qaeda Plot Involving Sewing Bombs Inside Dogs

    Al Qaeda operatives in Iraq attempted to unleash terror in the skies by deploying a pair of kamikaze canines on a U.S.-bound airplane, a French newspaper reports.

    The canine-centered plot failed because the bombs were so poorly stitched inside the dogs that they died, Paris daily Le Figaro reports.

    "This case illustrates the determination of Al Qaeda militants, who are trying to circumvent terrorism controls by any means," French criminologist and aviation expert Christophe Naudin told the newspaper.

    The plot unfolded roughly two years ago, when Al Qaeda militants grabbed two stray dogs off the street and surgically implanted powerful explosives and detonators in each. The dog were then taken a Baghdad airport in kennel carriers, destined for a flight to the U.S., the newspaper reports.

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    Why would they do that? It would be a lot easier to just put some bombs in some delicious Snausages and have the dogs eat those. That would be a lot easier than getting a dog to sit still and lay under your sewing machine.

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      I can't imagine TSA saying, "Hmm interesting that somebody is sending mangy smelly stray dogs off the streets of Baghdad back home to USA."

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        I will never regard a dog fart the same way again.

        GOD. DAMN. YOU. AL. QAEDA.

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          The French aviation officials credit the foiling of the terror plot to this man:

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