The issue is not the loss of civilian life, it's the physical destruction of a city, which was mainly due to aerial bombing. As far as I know, only the coalition had aircraft and used them to bomb the city. The US and the coalition have an obligation to help rebuilding the city they so thoroughly destroyed. As far as I know Russia has comitted itself to contribute to the rebuilding of Aleppo.neverfail wrote: ↑Mon Feb 12, 2018 1:09 pmhttp://www.independent.co.uk/news/world ... 53591.html
ISIS made bloody sure that non combatant civilians in Mosul stayed where they were during the fighting and distributed their fighters among them for the purpose (apart from compulsory creating more martyrs for Allah) of maximising civilian casualties from both Iraqi firepower and coalition bombing. Anyone who now condemns either force for unavoidable loss of civilian life is therefore an ISIS dupe doing that evil movement's work.
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Indeed, ISIS had alot to do with it.Jim the Moron wrote: ↑Mon Feb 12, 2018 8:21 amISIS had nothing to do with it, right?Sertorio wrote: ↑Mon Feb 12, 2018 7:48 amMosul was destroyed by savages, but not Muslim ones, just western ones riding planes...Jim the Moron wrote: ↑Mon Feb 12, 2018 6:07 amGrozny is a city in Russia. Kinda makes sense that the Russians might have an interest in rebuilding it. Mosul? It was destroyed because of Islamic savagery there. Someday Islam might take it upon itself to eliminate barbaric Muslim savages. Until that fine day arrives, expect more cities destroyed and more children slaughtered. And, until that fine day arrives, Muslims know better than to try to rebuild their destroyed cities.
ISIS blew up Grand mosque in Mosul