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Terrorists Might Not Have Beheaded 2 Teachers

If true, this really is news. Imagine Moslem terrorists not beheading a couple of teachers in front of their classes. Stop the presses!

From the terrorist enabling folks at the DNC’s Associated Press:

Iraqi primary school students read books outside their school house which was damaged by a bomb strike, just west of Falluja, March 28, 2006.

Iraq Police Deny Report of Teachers Killed

BAGHDAD, Iraq – Militants killed two people at elementary schools in a mainly Shiite district of Baghdad on Wednesday, the government said. But police in the neighborhood denied any attack occurred.

The contradictory accounts could not immediately be reconciled.

The National Security Ministry initially said in a statement that militants broke into the Amna and Shaheed Hamdi schools and "slaughtered" a teacher in each one in front of students in the Shaab neighborhood of the capital.

But the ministry later said the dead were a school guard and a teacher. It said the guard was stabbed to death by militants in front of students, while the teacher was shot outside the school as he arrived in the morning for classes.

The ministry said it was still working to establish details in the attack.

Ali al-Obeidi, the director of the police in the Shaab district, said there was no attack against any school in the area.

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

Actually, the initial reports were that two teachers were beheaded. Which is certainly not at all far-fetched.

Terrorists have beheaded teachers in front of their students before.

This article was posted by Steve on Wednesday, April 19th, 2006. Comments are currently closed.

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