How Propaganda Breeds Hate

I happened to be in the room earlier when some books were being unpacked. Among them was “The Librarian of Basra: A True Story from Iraq”:*. I flipped through it and thought it a rather unlikely account, but was not concerned about it. It was a short time later that I happened to read “Alia’s Mission( Alia’s Mission)”: I was going to leave what I write below as a comment, but I decided instead to write it here, and let Trackback do it’s job. It is probably a little harsher than what I usually write around here, but I felt it is important to say it. Khaled, you really ought to take some time to examine “the facts(Media blamed for exaggerating loss of antiquities)”: before you get so upset over some long discredited “propaganda(Hoaxes, Hype and Humiliation)”: Only “26 items(Looted Antiquities from The National Museum of Iraq – A Provisional List)”: have ever been confirmed as missing, and they may be included in some “3000 objects(Archaeologists Warn of Iraq War’s Devastation)”: that had been stolen from Iraqi museums and sites by 1996. The biggest problem in the world day are the people who allow “hatred(Internet and Tragedy)”: to blind them to facts. I sincerely hope you will rethink what you wrote.