Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Shrine Attack Brings Civil War Warning!!

AP:In the hours after the bombing, more than 60 Sunni mosques were attacked, burned or taken over by Shiites, said the Iraqi Islamic Party, the country's largest Sunni political group. The attacked mosques were mainly in Baghdad and predominantly Shiite provinces south of the country.
Al-Sistani - the top Shiite cleric - sent instructions to his followers forbidding attacks on Sunni mosques, especially the major ones in Baghdad. He called for seven days of mourning, his aides said. But he later hinted, as did Iraqi Vice President Adil Abdul-Mahdi that religious militias could be given a bigger security role if the government is not capable of protecting holy shrines.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Yousef said...

Hi.
I condenm this terorist act in Samarra.

2/22/2006 2:33 PM  

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