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The Black Sunday in Najaf and Karbala

Hundreds of innocent civilians including children, women and elderly people have been killed and wounded in at least 3 explosions in the Shiite holy cities of Najaf and Karbala.

In Najaf the main city hospital run out off blood supply and people were encouraged by loudspeakers to volunteer for blood.
The explosion happened near Imam Ali Shrine in a very crowded area.

In Karbala there were two explosions in one site. It seems that one is a suicidal attack. Both of them happened in a public coach station not far from the Shrine of Imam Hussein.

No doubt it is another failure for Iyad Alawi government especially the Interior Minister to run the security system.

It is also a failure of the multinational and US forces to contain and kill or capture the terrorists.

No one yet knows the results of the investigations of the previous attacks! Who carried them?

Is it again the Wahabists? Are they the Iranians or the Syrians or the Saudis or the Jordanians? Are they the Baathists? Or are they all of them?

Click here to see the videos of Karbala and Najaf attacks.

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