BY EVAN BUSH
An attack on a Sunni mosque in Baghdad leaves dozens dead.
The bombing is raising more concerns about Iraqi security forces and its ability to keep order.
First, euronews has details of the attack.
“The attacker posing as a beggar detonated the bomb in the middle of the building just as evening prayers finished. At least 29 people are reported dead, among them, a member of parliament.”
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack, but the media is exploring a number of theories.
The New York Times suggests -- Al Qaeda.
“No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack, but it was similar to recent strikes by Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia, which often uses suicide bombers. The group said this month that it had begun a 100-attack campaign to avenge the killing of Osama bin Laden.”
In Baghdad, people are hearing another story. In an interview with Al Jazeera English, an Iraqi reporter says some people suspect-- Iraq’s next-door-neighbor is to blame.
“There is now rumors that Syrian officials -- or Syrian government -- may be responsible for what’s happened in the Sunni Mosque.”
Either way, a government spokesperson tells Sky News -- the attack was likely an inside job.
"For sure there must have been someone inside the mosque who helped the bomber... It must have been someone involved in protecting the mosque."
While the mosque bombing received the most attention, it wasn’t the only violence in Iraq on Sunday. CNN reports the bombing as just one in a series of attacks that left a total of 35 dead:
“In Tarmiyah, about 40 kilometers north of Baghdad, two people were killed and five were wounded after a bomb exploded near a Sunni mosque ... an bomb explosion killed two people in the Baghdad's Shiite-majority neighborhood of Jadriya ... In Mosul (Moe-sool), six roadside bombs exploded in the town's center...”
Transcript by Newsy.
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