Humanities Storyboard - Iraq Bombing
By yournansozzy, Updated
A suicide truck bomb has killed about 100 people, most of them Iranian Shi'ite pilgrims, at a petrol station in a city south of Baghdad.
A suicide bomb killed at least 100 people in Iraq after it exploded on Thursday in a petrol station in Baghdad. This is a human rights issue because it's boycotting peace and justice around the world.
Islamic State, the ultra hard-line Sunni militant group that considers all Shi'ites to be apostates, has claimed responsibility for the attack on Thursday in an online statement.
The gas station in the the city of Hilla, 100km from Baghdad, has a restaurant on its premises that is popular with travellers. Five pilgrim buses were set afire by the blast from the explosives-laden truck, a police official said.
In recent months Islamic State has intensified attacks in areas out of its control in efforts to weaken the offensive launched on October 17 to retake Mosul, the last major Iraqi city under Islamic State control. This is not fair on people who have to move out of these areas because of the War and it's causing a lot of disturbing of peace and prosperity. This loses a human right that needs to be taken back.
The Human Rights that are not shown throughout this article is that nobody receives peace in the area of this terror attack, nobody has a right to fight for ISIS to not be in that country and nobody can have their say on having ISIS entering those parts of Iraq and nobody has a say for ISIS to not do what they did.
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