ISIS Allegedly Bombed An Ancient Temple in Palmyra Amid Syrian Conflict

Syrian Civil War

Source: Anadolu Agency / Getty

A 2,000-year-old temple in Palmyra, Syria has literally been blow to bits by ISIS as an war tactic. Experts are unsure exactly when the attack occurred; Syria’s director-general believes the attack took place on Sunday but the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights states that the attack could have happened as early as a month ago. News on this bombing attack comes only days after Khaled al-As’ad, an 82-year-old archaeologist that worked in Palmyra, was beheaded in public.


Ferguson Protestors Being Summoned With Trivial Charges

Housing Discrimination Devastates Ferguson’s Black Residents

REPORT: Black Female Students Getting Much Harsher Punishments Than Classmates

Ferguson Waves Arrest Warrants & More News You Need To Know  was originally published on

« Previous page 1 2 3 4 5