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Dear Rania, Please weigh in publicly on HRW, especially if my experience with good old Joe of HRW - Washington resonates with you. I fear that HRW and AI and a bunch more have made a deal with the devil: ignore or softpeddle the the underlying cause, the invasion and the unraveling of the lies which stampeeded Congress and Parliament off page one. In exchange, don't get hassled by the US or UK govs. What a joke, methodologically [NOT the RAPES+ since ANY RAPE is a HORRIBLE crime!]. HRW is skeptical of WHO/UNICEF epidemiological surveillance data on waterborne disease, but stakes its credibility of what, 75 interviews? If the infants were not dying, this misplaced methodology would merely be sad but not tragic Eager to see your writing rather sending us the completely corrupt NYT [all the news that fits big business]. . tom Rania Masri wrote: > > More from the HRW article > > >From New York Times. > > ----------------- > Rape (and Silence About It) Haunts Baghdad > > July 16, 2003 > By NEELA BANERJEE > > BAGHDAD, Iraq, July 15 - In her loose black dress, gold p.s. from tom: who is Neela Banerjee and what's her tack record? _______________________________________________ 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