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At least 23 people were killed and more than 130 wounded after car bombings rocked four Shiite mosques in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad and another mosque in Kirkuk.
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The evil BBC are lying to us in the UK, on global warming, on Lord McAlpine & much else. They are trying to sell this country to the EU & the New World Order & our 3 main parties are complicit in the plot.
Wahabys vs Muslims, foriegn agents vs local civilized society!
Oh please this not shia vs sunni. This are terrorists who are supported by you fulish politicians
It is so obvious ( laughing) There is no need to be Bombarded or invaded,Hater has been orchestrated
Shia vs. Sunni, Sunni vs. Shia.. guess who's laughing. Fools.
the thing is have u seen more hate than this in any humanity,or religion ,if they believe in koran.
iraqis never seem to stop these bombs.. pretty obvious on a Friday after prayers, useless bast_rds
when they say sunni alqaeda do it.. its code for mossad-cia terrorists.
This is the handwork of the Sunni Gulf states.
these evil bstards.
Scoundrel BBC claims Iraq is far better place now than under Saddam, and that Iraqi's are grateful!
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