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They have destroyed Shia and Sufi religious sites and attacked churches in the parts of Syria and Iraq under their control."Muslims, these relics you see behind me are idols that were worshipped other than God in the past centuries," the unidentified man in the ISIS video said.Jetcost searches for late deals and compare prices on flights to Iraq from the UK or abroad.Check airfares for Iraq flights from: London, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Belfast, Bristol, Dublin, Liverpool, Newcastle and Cardiff.Lamia al-Gailani, an Iraqi archaeologist and associate fellow at the London-based Institute of Archaeology, said the militants had wreaked untold damage. I don’t want to be Iraqi any more," she said, comparing the episode to the dynamiting of the Bamiyan Buddhas by the Afghan Taliban in 2001.
"It's not only Iraq's heritage: it's the whole world's. ISIS espouses a fiercely purist school of Sunni Islam, deeming many other Muslims to be heretics.In one case, a family of six – who cannot be named for legal reasons – were being given £500 a week housing benefit to live in a £1 million flat near Hyde Park, which they then let out for up to £3,000 a week.It is estimated the fraudsters have made more than £100,000 each by sub-letting the flats over a three-year period, while costing the taxpayer a quarter of a million pounds in housing benefit.Hany Hanna, an estate agent in Marylebone, said he had been aware of the scams for 20 years, but recently they had reached ‘epidemic’ levels.‘After you get the flat, you move into another place, give the [first set of] keys to an agent, he will find you a tenant and you’ll be making double whammy – money from the Government and making money from the flat the Government gave you.’Westminster Council’s anti-fraud tsar, Councillor Lindsey Hall, said many of the families were former asylum seekers who had been granted refugee status.
They receive up to £500 a week in housing benefit which they use to rent private flats in luxury blocks.LONDON (Reuters) - A British court on Monday rejected an attempt by a former Iraqi general to bring a private prosecution against former Prime Minister Tony Blair over the invasion of Iraq in 2003. S.-led coalition that toppled Saddam Hussein has tainted the legacy of his 10 years in office, and his critics in Britain and Iraq have been calling for him to face criminal action for years.