In Iraq one of the streets of Baghdad throbbing once in life,
there are soft recitation of prayers, silent and lighting of candles,
and the quiet sobbing at the edges of the charred ruins.
Sweepers begin to remove the debris,
the buzz in the shells and training of shops viscera.
But the scene of the deadliest ever attack by the
Islamic State (IS) anywhere in the world is still a temporary mausoleum. On July 3 .292 Iraqis have lost their lives here.
This week, it wafted strains haunting cello through the cavernous
black hulks that drew the two once popular in the Iraqi shopping and socializing.
“If the terrorists are trying to convert every element of life on the battlefield,
will be converted into the field of beauty and civilization,” declares Karim Wasfi, composer and conductor with the Iraqi National Symphony Orchestra.
Cello was played to him in the other major bomb sites in Baghdad confirmation of the determination of the Iraqis to fight again.
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