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[Andrew] "The blast threw me to the ground and shattered a window over my body, I saw a human head in front of the store and many cars burning and smoke everywhere. I will never stay in Baghdad anymore," - Salar Kamal Zari, a 37-year-old teacher visiting from Kurdistan, who had just stepped into a nearby store when the bomb exploded in the center of Baghdad.

(Photo: In the three days that Americans have rightly been fixated on a horrifying act by a mentally disturbed person, well over 200 innocent people have been massacred in a country with less than one tenth the population of the United States, where the U.S. government has ultimate responsibility for security and where al Qaeda and Sunni mass-murderers roam with impunity. Ahmad Al-Rubaie/AFP/Getty.)