Assyrian Christian minorities in Iraq and Syria and its diaspora do.
Archaeologists both here and in the Middle East do (though some apparently can't help themselves and must find a way to take swipes at collectors as they mourn for what is lost) .
Collectors and Museum professionals most certainly do, despite what some archaeologists may think.
And based on news reports at least, presumably the Western World does, though the scope of the tragedy may not be fully appreciated.
But what of the Islamic world in general and the Islamic inhabitants of Syria and Iraq in particular?
Do they really care or might they even view Western outrage over the destruction of artifacts over lives as misplaced or even worse?
And depending on the answer what does that say?