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---------- >From: email@example.com (Hassan Zeini) >To: firstname.lastname@example.org >Subject: Re:[casi] Pilger: "Iraq: yet again, they are lying to us" >Date: Thu, Dec 5, 2002, 3:41 pm > > Dear Hassan and List > > I have no doubt Robin Cook et al watch this list and will have seen you clearly. > > At the risk of being boringly repetetive it seems the cruelty of this > ridiculous 'food and medicine exempt' rhetoric is simply still missed. The > tortuous beaurocracy. If I have migraine, I have it NOW and need th > medication NOW - not when they;ve sorted it six months later, but few die > of migraine - they do from lack of chemotherapy, angised etc. I took a > year's supply of chemo - it is the tiniest package to save a life - to Iraq > for a surgeon sick with cancer, who had worked here for years, specialising > in correcting birth deformities in children. The DTI threatened me with > legal action after I gave an interview to my local paper and wrote etc of > this. What have we become when we threaten to imprison those who take > medicine to the sick? Rogue governments devoid of humanity I suggest. best, f. > > Dear List, > > One simple example to show how Cook and the other Zionists/Free Masons in > London are lying: > > In 1993, the UK government refused to let Iraq buy Angised Tablets (for Angina > Pectoris) without giving a reason. I am enclosing here the text of the telex sent > by the manufacturers WELLCOME to the Iraqi Medicine company. > In discussions, the Iraqis were told that the reason given by the UK government > to the company in private was that Glyceryl Trinitrate can be used to make > explosives!!! > Can one imagine that Iraq would go to all that trouble to extract TNT from > Angised, where each tablet has only 0.5 mg of Glyceryl Trinitrate? > Wouldn't it be easier to smuggle some explosives through Turkey or Jordan?? > > But, people without morals are ruling the world... What does one expect?? > > Can someone send this message to Robin Cook et al?? > > HZ > > ------------------------------------- > > ATTN - IMPORT MANAGER KIMADIA > SUBJECT - YR TL & NO 1955 DD 15/3/93 > ORDER REF 40/91/155 > OUR REF: DAR/5296/93 > > THANK YOU FOR YOUR ABOVE TLX. > I HAVE AGAIN DISCUSSED THIS MATTER WITH THE UK GOVERNMENT AND THEY WILL STILL > NOT ISSUE THE EXPORT LICENCE FOR ANGISED TABS. > > I HAVE EXPLAINED TO THE UK GOVERNMENT THAT GLYCERYL TRINITRATES FOR ESSENTIAL > MEDICAL PRODUIS IS NOT REFUSED BY THE UN SANCTIONS COMMITTEE. THE UK GOVERNMENT > INFORMED ME THAT THEIR REJECTION OF MY APPLICATION FOR AN EXPORT LICENCE IS A UK > GOVERNMENT DECISION AND NOT A UN SANCTIONS COMMITTEE DECISIONS. > > THE ONLY THING I CAN SUGGEST IS THAT YOU REQUEST THE IRAQI EMBASSY (INTEREST > SECTION) IN LONDON TO CONTACT THE UK DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY REGARDING > THE DECISION NOT TO ISSUE AN EXPORT LICENCE FOR ANGISED TABS. > > AGAIN I APOLOGISE FOR INCONVENIENCE THIS WILL CAUSE YOU BUT THE MATTER IS > OUTSIDE OF OUR CONTROL. > > REGARDS > > D A ROBB > MEA ZONE > WELLCOME FOUNDATION LTD > 16 MARCH 1993 > 12:44:53 > > _________________________________________________________ > Vote now on each week's hottest issues worldwide on Maktoob's one and only > democratic platform! > http://www.maktoob.com/ > > > > _______________________________________________ > Sent via the discussion list of the Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq. > To unsubscribe, visit http://lists.casi.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/casi-discuss > To contact the list manager, email email@example.com > All postings are archived on CASI's website: http://www.casi.org.uk > _______________________________________________ Sent via the discussion list of the Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq. To unsubscribe, visit http://lists.casi.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/casi-discuss To contact the list manager, email firstname.lastname@example.org All postings are archived on CASI's website: http://www.casi.org.uk