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Re: [casi] Doctors tell how children's deaths became propaganda

Yasser Alaskary <> wrote:

> >Yes, of course the sanctions hurt - but not too
> >much, because we are a rich country and we have the
ability to get
> everything we can by money.
> >But instead, he spent it on his palaces."
> Hmm, doesn't sound much different to the story we've been
saying for many
> years. But as always, we were ignored and attacked.
> Only a few weeks ago the IPO spokeswoman, Sama Hadad, was
questioned and
> sometimes attacked for the interview she gave on the
moral maze regarding
> the answer she gave for sanctions - namely that they hurt
but it's Saddam
> that made them what they were.

Talking about stories, it would be most interesting to know
were the stories about WMD came from.
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