Two Teachers Slaughtered In Front Of Students

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    I can't wait to see the anti-American, it's the "U.S. Fault" spin some of our board members will put on this one.

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    BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) - Militants broke into two schools in a mainly Shiite district of Baghdad and "slaughtered" two teachers in front of their pupils, the Iraqi government said Wednesday.

    The attack occurred at the Amna and Shaheed Hamdi elementary schools in Baghdad's Shaab neighborhood, the Ministry for National Security said.

    The statement did not specify when the attacks occurred but residents said they happened Wednesday. One teacher was killed at each school.

    No further details were released.

    Pupils at elementary schools in Iraq range in age from 6 to 12.

    http://apnews.myway.com/article/20060419/D8H3470G2.html
     
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    Hey if not for Bush's misadventure with the turkey last year, this would have never happened!
     
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    And if bush Sr. hadn't thrown up while visiting Japan, Saddam wouldn't have been so evil as to deserve having his country removed from his power! :)
     
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