AFP’s deputy Iraq bureau chief W.G. Dunlop is tweeting some fantastic photos from Tikrit showing the destruction caused as Iraqi forces retook the city from ISIS terrorists:
And just so no one forgets Iran’s role in defeating ISIS, “Persian graffiti” spotted on the wall of Saddam Hussein’s “palace compound”:
But this one image of a destroyed mosque stands out:
As even the accidental burning of a Koran is enough to incite a riot, we do wonder where’s the outrage over images such as this? It’s almost as if protests in the past were manufactured in an effort to discredit the United States rather than an expression of genuine anger…
Check out Dunlop’s timeline for more photos.