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Attacks kill 37 in Iraq

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By SAMEER N. YACOUB

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Horrific, sadly the world doesn't seem to care.

Check any major Western News outlet. You won't see this as a headline story.

Sad

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@Burning Bush

Because they lose 37 every day it seems due to the Islamists in Iraq. I doubt the Russkies care about this either.

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Burning Bush,

Every single major news outlet has carried the story and the video and shared the disgust. Even, eeeew, Fox:

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/02/26/islamic-state-video-shows-militants-smashing-rare-ancient-artifacts-in-iraq/

Your penchant for ignoring facts contrary to your strange agenda couldn't be more indelibly marked than here.

I mean why exactly would your global conspiracy want to cover this up?

Fill in the blanks, please.

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Every single major news outlet has carried the story and the video and shared the disgust. Even, eeeew, Fox:

Really, I checked every major English news website, I couldn't find this as a headline story. Every news outlet is obsessing over a no-name city councillor in Russia who was killed in a drive by.

Why does the death of a city councillor given more attention than the death of 37 innocent civilians.

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On Thursday, the Islamic State group released a video purportedly showing militants using sledgehammers to smash statues, describing them as idols. The vandalism drew global condemnation.

There are no words to condemn this strongly enough. Even the Nazis did not attack history directly. Worse than animals these people and deserving of no respite.

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