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[casi] A Blot on Civilisation.

Dear Yasser,

Thank you for your valuable contribution to this list. It must have been
extremely painful, for you, to recall such, unbelievably, tragic

If your acount is true, and I see no reason to doubt it, any person
reading about it, who has even an ounce of compassion, instead of making
political capital of it, should silently weep. The horrors inflicted upon
you, and your family, is more than anyone should have to bear, and
will, sadly, remain with you for very many years.

Has not any person, whether in Iraq or anywhere in this world, involved in
such atrocties, forfeited the right to call themselves human?

To, knowingly, condone or justify such unacceptably ugly behaviour - a blot
on civilisation - is and shameful and despiccable.

Kindest regards,

Bert Gedin.

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