It is as if the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) hates life. Or as if the radical organization’s militias hate everyone, everything, every culture and every faith that does not adhere to their deviant ideology. If it were not hate, then what would the reason be behind ISIS’s destruction of the priceless Assyrian archeological heritage? Do ISIS deviants suffer from historical dilemmas? Why do they hate beauty, art and culture? Why indeed do they hate humanity?
Destroying a beautiful civilization
ISIS’s destruction of the Assyrian heritage of Iraq has come just some days after the U.N. Security Council’s announcement in February that it was banning all trade in artifacts from Syria and IraqRaed Omari