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> > My most uncomfortable experience in Iraq > > during my first visit was my one substantial meeting with an Iraqi > > official, who sought to convince me that chlorine was banned under > > sanctions, etc. > > But I thought it was, wasn't it? Thank you Attila. This has been discussed on a number of occasions on the CASI list; visiting the search page (http://www.casi.org.uk/discuss/search.html) and searching on "chlorine" and "banned" pulls up a number of references, including the following: http://www.casi.org.uk/discuss/2001/msg00434.html That particular posting is written by Milan Rai, of Voices UK, who challenges the Iraqi government line that chlorine was banned. Reading that discussion thread should answer most questions that come to mind about this. If not, please let me know. Best, Colin Rowat work | Room 406, Department of Economics | The University of Birmingham | Birmingham, B15 2TT, UK | web.bham.ac.uk/c.rowat | ( 44/0) 121 414 3754 | (+44/0) 121 414 7377 (fax) | firstname.lastname@example.org personal | (+44/0) 7768 056 984 (mobile) | (+44/0) 7092 378 517 (fax) | (707) 221 3672 (US fax) | email@example.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 firstname.lastname@example.org All postings are archived on CASI's website: http://www.casi.org.uk