Source Pravda.Ru

Precision weaponry destroys Museum in Baghdad

On Friday night, a terrorist attack by US/UK warplanes on Baghdad destroyed, among other buildings, the Palace of Peace and a former presidential palace which has now been transformed into a museum.

This act of terrorism has been strongly criticized by the authorities in Baghdad, which have called the US Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld “a criminal dog”.

Mohamed Said Al-Sahhaf, the Iraqi Information Minister, questioned ironically “These are military targets?”

Donald Rumsfeld gloated last night that hundreds of “targets” had been destroyed with “success”, while five innocent civilians were murdered by warplanes under his orders.

Timothy BANCROFT-HINCHEY PRAVDA.Ru

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