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January 18, 2005

What survived many barbarians, is now being destroyed

After letting and occasionally participating in the widespread looting of Baghdad museum right after the fall of Baghdad, US army has continued damaging Iraq's past history, this time by physically damaging the ancient city of Babylon.
LONDON — U.S.-led troops using the ancient Iraqi city of Babylon as a base have caused widespread damage and contamination, according to a report by the British Museum.
... military vehicles had crushed a 2,600-year-old brick pavement and that there were archaeological fragments scattered across the site, including broken bricks stamped by King Nebuchadnezzar.
...Archaeological fragments used to fill sandbags, British Museum says.
Yes, many Iraqi historic sites which survived wars and aggression of many barabarians throughout the history, have been damaged or destroyed by the US's "liberation" army. Let's not forget, Iraq was the birthplace of civilization.

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