The attack killed between 3,200 and 5,000 people, and injured around 7,000 to 10,000 more, most of them civilians.I look forward to an outpouring of sympathy for the Kurdish people, for this atrocity, which was committed by one Muslim people against another.
I look forward to the articles by Stop The War Coalition, Respect and their fellow-travellers, the remembrance of the indiscriminate murder of ordinary Muslims, whose suffering they repeatedly claim to identify with and support.
It is strange, is it not, that people so vocal about who is right in Palestine, and who was right in Iraq, can be so quiet about massacres in Syria and Kurdistan?
Could it possibly just be that they only care about war and genocide against Muslims when the West is involved?
I mean, after all, if not, who is there to hate?