my friend Ninawa Pai Da Mata is a Huni Kuin paje (shaman) who has been studying pajelanca for over 12 years. He lives 5 days by boat from Taruaca, in an area bordering territory occupied by uncontacted Indians. Uncontacted Indians have stolen stuff out of his house and shot arrows at him. Here he sings a healing song in his native language which is used in ceremony to call forward strength.

Mosul, Ninawa

Okey there’s a terrorist attack in north of Iraq/Kurdistan where the terrorist are bombing and murdering people to eventually get their beloved “islamic” country, they’re the same terrorist killing in Syria (the same guys that are stealing oil from the Iraqi/Syrian boarders and selling it extremly cheap to Turkey, and guess why Turkey? :) ) and most of them comes from Saudi Arabia etc, the bombings in Iraq were today and they’re plotting to spread it to more cities… I need you guys to spread the word, they’re trying to split us, they’re trying to make us look at eachother like we’re some animals just because we got different believes. So please make people aware of what’s REALLY going on in the middle east and not what the media is telling you…

ISIS Destroys Part of the History of Civilization; 3,000-Year-Old Artwork Gone Forever

ISIS Destroys Part of the History of Civilization; 3,000-Year-Old Artwork Gone Forever

ISIS released a new five-minute video today that shows members of the militant group destroying dozens of ancient Assyrian and Akkadian sculptures inside Ninawa museum in the occupied Iraqi city of Mosul—essential artworks made thousands of years ago by two of the world’s earliest civilizations. Using sledgehammers and drills, the “Islamic Police” reduce the priceless Mesopotamian statues, some…

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The Takfiri ISIL militants have “bulldozed” the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud in the northern part of Iraq, Iraqi government officials say. The Takfiri group “assaulted the historic city of Nimrud and bulldozed it with heavy vehicles,” read a post on an official Facebook page of the Iraqi Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities on Thursday. The ISIL group released a video on February 26 showing its militants using sledgehammers and drills to smash ancient statues at the Ninawa museum in Mosul, which put on display Assyrian artifacts dating back to the 9th century B.C. The Takfiri terrorists have already razed to the ground a number of mosques in Syria and Iraq, many of them dating back to the early years of the Islamic civilization. The terrorists have also destroyed tombs belonging to revered Shia and Sunni figures.
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The Islamic State (Isis) has published a video showing militants destroying ancient artefacts in a Mosul museum with sledgehammer and pickaxes.

IS fighters are seen unveiling old statues in the Ninawa museum dating back to the Assyrian empire and then dragging them down to the ground, where they fall into pieces.

Then, they are depicted pounding 3,000-year-old sculptures with hammers until they are completely shattered. Tens of militants are seen using ladders, hammers and drills to destroy every statue in the museum, including a winged-bull Assyrian protective deity dating back to the 7th century BC.


شدزلك حتى تدري اشكد احبك
وكلبي من العشك شنهو الجراله
اذا هو العشك بالكلب مطبوع
دكلي اشلون ادز كلبي برساله (at Akre, Ninawa, Iraq)