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[casi] current discussion

Dear list,

Given the number of list unsubsciptions occurring at the moment, I think I
can safely say that there is a general feeling that this discussion has
gone far enough. I have been spending many hours writing to individual
list members saying that personal attacks on the list are not allowed.
This is not a difficult thing to understand, but obviously more difficult
than one might expect.

Therefore I am now intervening publicly as list manager to inform people
that any further messages that cross this line will mean the perpetrator
being put without further warning on the 'moderated' list, which means
that until further notice all their posts will have to be 'allowed' by me
specifically. I understand that there are very difficult and personal
issues behind the discussion. Nevertheless, CASI runs this list as a
constructive forum for discussing sanctions on Iraq, and this it must
remain. If people do not like these rules, there are many other discussion
lists with wider mandates and these they are welcome to join.

best wishes,
CASI lists manager

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