Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Car bombs in and around Baghdad kill 41

BBC News Middle East
6 August 2013
Iraqi men inspect the site of a car bomb attack in Baghdad's Karrada commercial district
The car bombs targeted markets and shopping streets in different parts of the city

A series of bomb attacks in and around the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, has left at least 41 people dead and more than 100 wounded, officials say.
The deadliest explosion killed 10 in a village northwest of Baghdad. Six car bomb blasts targeted markets and shopping streets in different parts of Baghdad itself earlier on Tuesday.
A wave of violence has swept Iraq in the past six months, with Sunni Islamist militant groups mostly targeting Shia Muslim districts.
More than 4,000 people have died in such attacks this year. A further 9,865 have been injured so far in 2013, with Baghdad province the worst hit.


Will the on-going violence erupt in fires that burn the cities? Will the fourth judgment of Jeremiah 50-51 occur in sequence as predicted by the hebrew prophet, just as invasion, capture and punishment of the Arrogant One occurred in order?



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