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Ramadan Massacre Update: ISIS Slaughters Iraqi Sunnis In Abou Ghraib Suicide Attack

by Jonathan Azaziah

If there is one thing that defines Iraqis apart from our resilience, it is our seemingly interminable heartbreak. And right now… Right now, my ticker is tight from the agony. The homeland was rocked by another suicide attack late last night when an ISIS terrorist, strapped with an explosives-laden vest on his chest, ran into a Sunni masjid in Abou Ghraib just west of Baghdad and detonated the bomb, slaughtering at least 14 innocents and wounding over 32 others as they were breaking their fast and getting ready for the Maghreb prayer. I don’t have the words for this monstrous, psychotic crime… I just don’t. Not today. I’m too sad. And too angry. No. Not angry. FURIOUS. ISIS’s Ramadan Massacre across our region–Iraq in particular–rages on and the silence of the Western-Zionist media rages on with it as does the minimal, quimly, whisper-like acknowledgement from those House Muslims and House Arabs who dare utter fake words of support for the Palestinian cause, whilst simultaneously upholding the banners of Zionism and Takfirism in every corner of the Arab-Islamic world. It’s not cognitive dissonance. It’s collaboration. It’s betrayal. Call it what it is. Continue reading Ramadan Massacre Update: ISIS Slaughters Iraqi Sunnis In Abou Ghraib Suicide Attack