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Iraq's killing fields - our latest holocaust

 
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2007 11:06 am    Post subject: Iraq's killing fields - our latest holocaust Reply with quote

Results of the fascist occupation of Iraq - this lady talks with a helluva clout
http://www.liberatethis.com/
This testimony is what the mainstream news has failed to put before the British and American public.
Let's put her live on Newsnight - if you can get past the Zionist gatekeepers.


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Dr. Dahlia Wasfi - Life in Iraq Under U.S. Occupation
Shortages; lack of electricity; potable water; tanks rolling through the streets night and day; gunfire and explosions. Iraqi health care in shambles. 200 bodies turn up daily in the Baghdad morgue. For Iraqis, it's 9/11 every day.

A Short History of the Republic of Iraq
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article17979.htm
By Dr. Sadiq H. Wasfi and Dahlia Wasfi

“For the poor throughout history who have suffered violence, death, hunger, sickness, and indignity at the hands of powerful oppressors who would not respect their humanity, and especially for the Iraqi, Arab, and other victims of the fire this time—with a call for action to end the scourge of war, economic exploitation, and poverty.”—Ramsey Clark
Dedication for The Fire This Time: U.S. War Crimes in the Gulf. Thunder’s Mouth Press, New York 1992.

The region of Mesopotamia—modern-day Iraq —has been a magnet for greedy conquerors for thousands of years. Time and again, thieving invaders coveting her rich natural resources and advanced society have pillaged “the land between two rivers.” Time and again, the invaders were defeated and expelled. The Americans led by “leaders” comprised of rich oil barons and neo-conservative Zionists are the latest in a long line of imperialists. If they had only read history, however, they could have predicted that they, too, would suffer great losses from an unwavering resistance. They could have predicted that they, too, will have to leave. In the words of Yogi Berra, they “made the wrong mistake.” But while imperialism in Western Asia is nothing new, our weaponry and war crimes may put Americans in the history books as Iraq ’s most barbaric invaders ever........

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