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It showed the militants drilling away at sculptures believed to be some 3,000 years old.“With their hammers and explosives they are also obliterating the site itself, clearly determined to wipe out all traces of the history of Iraq’s people,” she added.The jihadists previously pronounced that they deem the artifacts idolatry.The militants, who have created a self-proclaimed caliphate in northern Iraq and parts of Syria, have been waging a campaign to obliterate cultural sites and relics, which fail to fall in line with their ideology.Mark (NIV)And as he taught them, he said, "Is it not written: " 'My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations' ?But you have made it 'a den of robbers.' " Galatians 5:1 (NIV) It is for freedom that Christ has set us free.BIG BROTHER, ILLUSION, AND REVOLUTION IN THE FOURTH DIMENSION On a global level there exists the Luciferian plan to create an-all prevailing Big Brother State that will attempt to enslave Man under the pyramid-control system of Lucifer, a plan which began after Eden and began to take shape with the building of the Tower of Babel.It is Lucifer’s attempt to enshrine himself as God, by counterfeiting the Kingdom of God through a new world order ruled by the Antichrist Habakkuk 1:5 (NIV)"Look at the nations and watch-- and be utterly amazed.

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Islamic state extremists have ‘bulldozed’ an ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud in northern Iraq near Mosul with heavy military vehicles, the country’s authorities said."It will be a repetition of the barbarism and savagery which we saw in Nimrud, Hatra and Mosul," he added.Last month a seven-minute video emerged, showing IS militants destroying the historic Assyrian city of Nimrud, which dates back to the 13th century B. The ancient site is near the Islamic State-controlled city of Mosul in northern Iraq.Palmyra harbors the ruins of a great city that was once one of the world's key cultural hubs.

"From the 1st to the 2nd century, the art and architecture of Palmyra, standing at the crossroads of several civilizations, married Greco-Roman techniques with local traditions and Persian influences." Syria's director of antiquities, Maamoun Abdulkarim, said he had no doubt that if Palmyra fell into the jihadists hands, it would suffer a similar fate to ancient Nimrud in Iraq, which they laid to waste earlier this year.

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