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A man walks by a destroyed building in the Old City of Mosul, Iraq, on March 12, 2017. (AFP/File)
A former British prime minister has said that Islamic State militants’ decision to murder Christians in Iraq and Syria was “outrageous”. The extremist group murdered hundreds of Muslims in Iraq and Syria, he told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, warning that a “catastrophic loss of life” would make it “difficult to continue the fight against IS”.
“People are being slaughtered in the cities, but they won’t listen to anybody”, Tony Blair of former British premier the Tony Blair Foundation. “As soon as people are out of the cities, that’s when they start to lose faith in government or the political system and will go out and do what they think they are supposed to do.”
“We have gone backwards on this.” the former British politician stated. “A Christian woman, a Christian man was beheaded in Mosul…We think we have become so far out in front of all this that it doesn’t matter what you do, because people just don’t care.”
“I think that one of the reasons why there is so much outrage now is because we can’t stand the fact that we’re living in a second-class nation in which we have a great degree of religious freedom and yet a great degree of religious violence against others, particularly religious minorities.”
“What is being done in the name of God in Iraq and Syria and elsewhere is outrageous,” Blair, 72, told Today interviewer David Willetts. The remarks came on the third and last day of the Tony Blair Peace Prize’s visit to Britain.
“It is the worst atrocity that the Iraqi people have faced since I saw those pictures of young, beautiful children, massacred, burned and left to die with their hands on their heads,” David Cameron, Britain’s Prime Minister, said Sunday on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. “Those were war crimes we cannot forget and will not forgive.”
“In every area of the world, we will be
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