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Museum Damage Minimal

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Submitted by J. Zahler (United States), Apr 24, 2003 at 01:40

Daniel Pipes:
According to an April 17, 2003 Detroit Free Press article entitled "Baghdad Treasures", not only was the damage much less than first thought, but much of material stolen was done so by professional thieves or even taken in advance by Hussein followers
with much of the document damage created to cover the theft.

Please check out the article, for if true it gives an entirely different spin to the issue . ..
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