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At least 38 killed in apparently coordinated Baghdad bomb attacks

07.10.2013 15:56

A string of bombs in what appears to be a coordinated attack in Baghdad has killed 38 people.

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michael mazur 08.10.2013 09:41

Imagine, earlier last week, say, we have several suicide bombers huddled in a room mutually vowing to take their own lives in the cause of taking the lives of others, whether they be Shiite, or mixed Shiite and Sunni, or Kurds, because they hate everybody so much that occasionally taking the lives of a few Sunni passers by is a sacrifice they hope their co religionists so caught up don't mind as its all for Allah.

And this has been repeated every week - or less, for many years now in Iraq.

That would mean hundreds of suicide bombers every year, thousands in the course of these last nine years.

That many ? Really ?

 

Commander 07.10.2013 22:16

Alex Semiletow 07.10.2013 20:16

So... what is exactly we (the US) achieved in Iraq?

  


The big western oil giants are now in charge of the Iraqi oil reserves. In addition, the Saddam Hussein threat to America's friend Saudi Arabia has been neutralized. The regime change agenda for Iraq was carried out successfully.

 

Commander 07.10.2013 21:40

In a good and noble act of selflessness, the Americans brought democracy to Baghdad. Now, look how peaceful and progressive Iraq has become. What a joke! What a tragedy!

 

Alex Semiletow 07.10.2013 20:16

So... what is exactly we (the US) achieved in Iraq?

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