IRAQ: Prayers Followed By Killing….

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that he returned from his evening prayers to see police cars outside his sister’s house. Someone had killed her neighbor. “He is sunni,” Abdullah wrote, poignantly using the present tense. (Arabic doesn’t emphasize verb tense like English does.) “This is not the first accident in our district,” Abdullah wrote. “So I told [my sister’s husband] not go again to mosque.” It’s their holy month of Ramadan. I’ve been following Abdullah and his family’s story for a decade. Follow more at my subscriber blog and help fund my return trip to Baghdad. Unembedded and independent; no one’s paying me but you!