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Re: [casi] It took a trip to Iraq for the Western Human Shields to Finally Get It!

You could also have quoted from an interview on Dutch radio
with an Iraqi refugee living in Holland who was tortured
and had one of his eyes gouged out. He is against the war.

B.t.w. I found a nice poster about the war. See here:

Sama Hadad wrote:
> > The following excerpt speaks for itself:
> >
> > ------------------
> > A group of American anti-war demonstrators who came to
Iraq with
> > Japanese
> > human shield volunteers made it across the border today
with 14 hours of
> > uncensored video, all shot without Iraqi government
minders present.
> > Kenneth
> > Joseph, a young American pastor with the Assyrian
Church of the East,
> > told UPI
> > the trip "had shocked me back to reality." Some of the
Iraqis he
> > interviewed
> > on camera "told me they would commit suicide if
American bombing didn't
> > start.
> > They were willing to see their homes demolished to gain
their freedom
> > from
> > Saddam's bloody tyranny. They convinced me that Saddam
was a monster the
> > likes
> > of which the world had not seen since Stalin and
Hitler. He and his sons
> > are
> > sick sadists. Their tales of slow torture and killing
made me ill, such
> > as
> > people put in a huge shredder for plastic products,
feet first so they
> > could
> > hear their screams as bodies got chewed up from foot to

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