The cemetery, called the Valley of Peace, is the site of miles and miles of Shiite graves, December 19, 2005. The city of Najaf now imports the sorrow of the nations buried under sand colored tombs. They say about 20 percent of the bodies now come to them, many killed in bombs and gunfights. (Hassan Abdul Razak/KRT)
The cemetery, called the Valley of Peace, is the site of miles and miles of Shiite graves, December 19, 2005. The city of Najaf now imports the sorrow of the nations buried under sand colored tombs. They say about 20 percent of the bodies now come to them, many killed in bombs and gunfights. (Hassan Abdul Razak/KRT) KRT
The cemetery, called the Valley of Peace, is the site of miles and miles of Shiite graves, December 19, 2005. The city of Najaf now imports the sorrow of the nations buried under sand colored tombs. They say about 20 percent of the bodies now come to them, many killed in bombs and gunfights. (Hassan Abdul Razak/KRT) KRT

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