THOUSANDS in Baghdad Protest Against Sectarian Killings!

Thousands of Iraqis took to the streets today in Baghdad to protest against the violence that has killed so many innocents.

Mercy…

A man cries as he carries an empty coffin with a picture of his son, who was killed in a mortar attack, during a demonstration in Baghdad, April 7, 2007. About 3000 people held a rally on Saturday demanding the government put an end to the mortar attacks in their area. (REUTERS/Namir Noor-Eldeen)


Demonstrators hold banners and Iraqi flags during a protest in Baghdad, April 7, 2007. About 3000 people held a rally on Saturday demanding the government put an end to mortar attacks in their area. (REUTERS/Namir Noor-Eldeen)


A man (Sabah Abdullah) chants slogans as he holds a picture of his daughter, killed in a mortar attack, during a demonstration in Baghdad, April 7, 2007. (Reuters)

If you are wondering why you have not heard about this protest, it is because not one major media outlet has written an article dedicated entirely to this demonstration.

People wave national flags during a protest in Baghdad, Iraq, Saturday, April 7, 2007. Some 1,500 people demanded that the government make the streets of Baghdad safer. (AP Photo / Khalid Mohammed)


Demonstrators carry empty coffins with pictures of mortar attack victims during a demonstration in Baghdad April 7, 2007. (Reuters)


Demonstrators wave Iraqi flags during a protest in Baghdad April 7, 2007. About 3000 people held a rally on Saturday demanding the government put an end to mortar attacks in their area. (REUTERS/Namir Noor-Eldeen)

What kind of man would leave these people in their time of need?

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