Body Parts of Suspected Suicide Attacker Strewn Across Kirkuk Street

StoryfulNews Published November 5, 2017 6 Plays

Rumble The body parts of a suspected suicide bomber lay on a Kirkuk street on November 5 after two explosions were reported near a Shia militia position in the city. The militia was reportedly allied with the Iraqi government. Iraqi forces took control of Kirkuk on October 16, after a referendum on independence for Iraqi Kurdistan from Iraq. At 1:09 in this video, a sign which says Saraya al-Salam, the name of the Shia militia which follows Muqtada al-Sadr, is visible. A taxi has crashed into a barrier on the side of the road at 1:45. The attack took place on Atlas Street in Kirkuk, near the Kirkuk Castle, killing and injuring Shia militia fighters, local media said. Credit: Facebook/Kirkuk Now via Storyful

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  • BroncoBob, 1 year ago

    This kind of behavior defies logic, no one has to kill people for any religion, this is no religion, it's a "cult". There is no religion that requires a person to kill another, for any reason whatsoever.

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