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Re: [casi] Purifying water in Iraq

>problems in Iraq caused by sanctions and also to try and >hold the US &
UK gov responsible for this crime against >humanity and get reparations
for the Iraqi people. >Unfortunately much of the extensive documentary
proof has >probably been lost, many of the

There is this much: Bush said that major combat operations were over on
May 2, over 6 weeks ago. There are people getting sick now from lack of
potable water. US troops trained with Israeli forces in Jenin, and the
Israeli occupiers systematically oppress the Palestinians and deny them
basic civil rights and human needs. A coincidence??!

When a major disaster like a hurricane hits in the US there are aid
stations and relief operations set up within a day or so.

The US has impeded aid from NGOs trying to get into Iraq with supplies.

How long must this go on before the world decides that what is happening
is not mere neglect or incompetence but deliberate genocide?

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