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Cafe attack in Iraqi town kills 13; IS claims responsibility


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George Bush's legacy - the gift that keeps on giving (or killing to more precise).

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They also point to the resilience of the extremist IS group, which has increasingly resorted to bombings in civilian areas far from the front lines as it has lost some territory to Iraqi forces backed by U.S.-led airstrikes.

Oh that's right & those strikes have took out a couple key leaders. They must so angry and frustrated, that they decide to blow up other muslims drinking coffee.

Iraq’s top Shiite cleric, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, condemned the wave of attacks and said the government is ultimately responsible for such security breaches

Darn right they are ultimately responsible. Perhaps they should blacklist all Sunni muslims from the capital. Until they can figure out what is really going on.

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Islamics blowing up other people is not because of Bush. It is because of Islam. They were killing themselves long before Bush was ever born. Geez.

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