Monday, August 28, 2006

Remember when the Taliban blew up a historically significant statue of Buddha in Afghanistan a couple of years ago? Remember the world's outrage? Keep that in mind.

"Canada's only major Arctic petroglyph site -- a 1,500-year-old gallery of mysterious faces carved into a soapstone ridge on a tiny island off of Quebec's northern coast -- has been ransacked by vandals in what the region's top archeologist suspects was a religiously motivated attack by devout Christians from a nearby Inuit community," writes Randy Boswell of CanWest New service.



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