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[ This message has been sent to you via the CASI-analysis mailing list ] Hello, all. We were in Fallujah over the previous weekend. There was no electricity except for a limited amount provided by generators. The power plant was bombed at the beginning of the operation. There was running water. The hospital was effectively closed because the bridge across the Euphrates that was the only access to the hospital for almost all of Fallujah was closed -- anyone trying to cross it was attacked. Rather than sit there while no patients came, the doctors set up in a small outpatient clinic that was accessible to people. Haven't been watching BBC. In solidarity, Rahul Mahajan >[ This message has been sent to you via the CASI-analysis mailing list ] > >Can anyone answer these questions? > >1) Did the US military cut off the water and electricity? > >2) Did they occupy the hospital? > >3) Did they close the hospital to new patients or what exactly? > >4) Did the BBC transmit pictures of injured/dead civilians? > >5) Did BBC TV show the cemetery in the football field? > >Together with the repeated denials about civilian casualties and the >unerring support from Blair and Hoon this is very similar to the way >the sanctions were handled. > >Mark Parkinson >Bodmin >Cornwall > > > >_______________________________________ >Sent via the CASI-analysis mailing list >To unsubscribe, visit http://lists.casi.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/casi-analysis >All postings are archived on CASI's website at http://www.casi.org.uk _______________________________________ Sent via the CASI-analysis mailing list To unsubscribe, visit http://lists.casi.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/casi-analysis All postings are archived on CASI's website at http://www.casi.org.uk