Sometimes it's not always the red wire you're supposed to cut. Masked Hamas terrorists at a pro-Hamas rally in Gaza accidentally blew themselves up killing 19 and injuring 85. Hamas immediately tried to blame it on an Israeli air-strike, but Israel has denied making an attack.
The massive blast ripped through the impoverished Jabaliya refugee camp as throngs of people celebrated Israel's recent withdrawal from the Gaza Strip, just hours after Israeli troops shot dead three militants in the West Bank.
The jeep was ferrying gunmen from the Islamist fundamentalist movement's armed wing to the open space earmarked for the festivities, when it exploded.
The explosion occurred just as a main leader of Hamas, Ismail Haniya, was to address the swell of activists and supporters.
The crowd panicked and tried to escape as others tried to provide first aid before the ambulances arrived.
The jeep was partially destroyed and a plume of white smoke spluttered out of its burnt, bloodied wreckage.
The Jerusalem post
"The IDF is not involved in any way in the explosion that occurred this evening in Jebaliya. All attempts to accuse [the IDF] or implicate the army's involvement by certain elements are baseless and unfounded. The IDF views seriously attempts to use the incident as an excuse to attack Israel."
Channel Two reported that while conflicting reports were received, the truck appeared to have been carrying a number of missiles, one of which exploded due to mishandling.
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