Terrorists Bury Bombs on Soccer Field, Kill 14 Children In Baghdad
14 Children Murdered on a Playground… No Bodies Thrown in Front of Cameras… No World Protests…
As it stands right now there were 28 killed in the Qana attack on Sunday, down from 54, 16 of them were children. Leaflets were dropped on the town weeks before the attacks warning people of the likelihood of violence.
Meanwhile, at least 14 children were murdered Wednesday in Baghdad while playing soccer at two different fields where terrorists had buried bombs in the pitch hoping to kill the children who would be playing ball there.
Don’t expect any protests.
A shoe of a victim remains at a soccer field as Iraqi army vehicles leave in Baghdad, August 3, 2006. Two roadside bombs killed at least 12 people and wounded 13 on Wednesday, mostly young soccer players, in the western Baghdad district of Amel, a police source said. He said the bombs had been planted near a soccer field opposite a police station. (Reuters)
The AP and others report the bombs were planted on the soccer field.
At least 12 people were killed, many of them children while playing soccer in Baghdad today:
At least 12 people, many of them children, have been killed in bomb attacks while they were playing football in west Baghdad, police say.
Two blasts hit a makeshift pitch on waste ground in a mainly Shia district. About a dozen other people were hurt.
Police say the bombs had been buried in the middle of the football pitch.
Police say those killed and injured in Wednesday’s attack on the football game were aged between nine and 20.
Two mortar shells hit another Shia area, killing three young people, some of whom were also playing football, police said.
Young Iraqis gather the shoes from victims in yesterday’s bomb attacks on a soccer field, Thursday, Aug. 3, 2006, in Baghdad, Iraq. The two homemade bombs went off Wednesday afternoon on the soccer field in the mostly Shiite district of Amil in west Baghdad, killing both players and spectators ranging in age from 15 to 25, police 1st Lt. Maitham Abdul Razzaq said. (AP Photo/ Khalid Mohammed)
There were no pictures immediately available of these murdered children.
Wizbang notices what was not the talk on CNN tonight.
Big Pharoah is wondering “Where is the outrage?”
Flopping Aces barely hears a peep out of the MSM.