This is what the Muslim COWARDS do:<quoted text>
I did not crop the picture at all.
I am worried about current events, yes.
There is a difference.
Islamabad, Pakistan (CNN)-- Militants, including a female suicide bomber, attacked a university bus carrying women in southwestern Pakistan and then struck a hospital where the survivors were taken for treatment, authorities said Saturday.
The militants laid siege to the Bolan medical complex in Quetta, holding hundreds of patients, physicians and nurses hostage as they battled security forces, authorities said.
An intelligence official, who requested anonymity since he was not authorized to speak to media, told CNN a female suicide bomber carried out the bus attack.
Twenty-eight people, including four militants, were killed in the siege at the hospital. The gunmen killed four security force members, a medical administrator, and the deputy commissioner of Quetta. Four nurses died in the crossfire, police said. Two militants blew themselves up, and two more died in a shootout, authorities said.
Among the hospital patients were more than 20 people wounded in the university bus explosion, which killed at least 14 women, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said.
Pakistani paramilitary soldiers take positions after militants attacked a hospital in Quetta, Pakistan, on Saturday, June 15. Several militants held hundreds of people hostage inside the Bolan medical complex.
Pakistani soldiers arrest a suspected militant at the hospital. Among the patients at the complex were people wounded in a bus bombing near Sardar Bahadur Khan Women University that killed 11 female instructors.
A man carries an injured boy after the hospital attack. Seven people have killed in the siege of the hospital.
Soldiers take position near the hospital.
A man carries an injured boy away from the scene.
Soldiers shift an injured colleague into a van.
People exit the hospital in Quetta.
Firefighters extinguish a burning university bus after the bomb blast in Quetta.
Firefighters work to extinguish the burning bus. "All the (bus) victims are women teachers and students," according to a police official, Mir Zubair Mehmood, in Quetta.
Photos: Bus bomb, hostages in Pakistan Photos: Bus bomb, hostages in Pakistan
Several others were wounded in another blast that struck near the hospital's emergency room as the bus bombing victims were rushed in.
"All the (bus) victims are women teachers and students," said Mir Zubair Mehmood, a police official in Quetta. The blast shattered the windows of offices and classrooms inside Sardar Bahadur Khan Women University.
The university bus was parked at the school on the outskirts of Quetta, the capital of Balochistan province in southwestern Pakistan.
I think your choice of avatar; like your politics, is only half-baked!
BTW...I don't think all your cookies are there either!