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[casi] re:media

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Hi all,

Before a while Abi Cox wrote to the members of this list saying that (The second purpose is to 
remind people that the list should not be used to
make personal accusations - veiled or otherwise - about other list
members. This includes insinuations that 'certain' list members are
members of the Iraqi regime.)

Still, Yasser and Iraqi are insisting on making (personal accusations)!

Even if I disagree with Yasser in all what he said and says, but he puts his name. Yet, that who 
hides behind Iraq and he does not dare to write his name, how does he think that the others will 
believe him?

Yes, I am a (famous) Iraqi journalist as the both said and they must know that I believe in my Iraq 
issue as they do believe in getting wages through working against their homeland. Being against 
somebody or opposing other does not mean killing millions to achieve that goal. I know that if 
anybody discusses in such a way Yasser and Iraqi do; means that they have nothing to say just to 
attack according to an Arabic Proverb which says: attacking is the best way to escape.

We are doing our best to lift this unfair blockade. We are doing our best to make an alternative 
media more noble and honest. If you have nothing, so, the Silence is made of Gold.


Nermin al_Mufti

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