“Religion of peace” responsible for yet another attack.
Gunmen have taken 170 hostage this morning at a hotel in Bamako, Mali.
Two suspected terrorists reportedly held 30 workers and 140 guests inside in what was described by the Rezidor Hotel Group as a hostage situation.
Attacks on civilians have become frequent in the area, with the worst violence occuring in August at a hotel in Sevare that claimed nine lives.
Exactly one week after the Paris attacks, the “religion of peace” that leftists claim isn’t connected to terrorism has struck yet again.
Expect Barack Obama to respond by defying logic and calling for more Muslim refugees, despite the staggering number of homeless Americans dying on the streets today.
Perhaps they don’t count because they haven’t acrued enough priviledge points.
This article will be updated with more information from Mali when it becomes available.
UPDATE 11/22: Gunmen reportedly shot and killed at least 22 people, according to CNN:
The attackers did not say a word to anyone as they opened fire Friday morning, employee Tamba Couye said.
They shot at “anything that moved” as terrified patrons dashed for cover all over the hotel, he said.
By the time Malian and U.N. security forces rushed in and ended the siege hours later, bodies were scattered across the floors of the Radisson Blu Hotel in Bamako.
At least 22 people were killed in the attack, the U.N. mission in Mali said in a statement Sunday.
Two attackers died, but it’s unclear whether security forces killed them or if they blew themselves up, mission spokesman Olivier Salgado said.