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Saturday, December 09, 2006

Photos from Bush's War

An injured Iraqi girl lies in hospital in Tal Afar, 420 kilometers (260 miles) northwest of Baghdad, Iraq, Saturday Dec. 9

An injured Iraqi child lays in the Kindi Hospital in Baghdad, Iraq , Saturday, Dec. 9, 2006, following an attack on a residential area of the city. Mortar rounds struck about seven houses Friday night in the Nahrawan area in southeastern Baghdad, killing 25 people and wounding 22, including men, women and children.

An Iraqi looks at his baby amid the rubble of his house which was hit by a mortar shell in Baghdad's Kazemiya neighborhood. Iraq 's deepening sectarian divide threatened to derail planned national peace talks before they begin, as parties made their first boycott threats with less than a week to go.


At 12/10/2006 8:28 AM, Anonymous jack boo said...

And here's some video from Bush's War:


At 12/11/2006 1:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Suggestion: Next feature shows pictures Lebanese children killed by Israeli bombs when 'God's chosen people' lost to Hizbollah.

At 12/13/2006 7:11 AM, Anonymous jack boo said...

Interesting, you could have written Israelis instead of "God's chosen people" complete with ironic quotes...but you chose not to...Even though it would have been more accurate and taken fewer keystrokes.

Well, don't worry. I understand exactly where your suggestion is coming from.

At 12/15/2006 6:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

yes i could have but i didn't. you may think you know where it's coming from but i'm wondering if you really got the point. for further reading, may i suggest the book of Exodus and the ethnic cleansing of the Cananites, the one where all males were killed, men and boys, all women not virgins were wiped out as well and the only ones spared were virgin girls. Apparently the idea of a loving, compassionate God is not entirely accurate. His people are allowed to slaughter anyone they deem to be in their way. God says it's ok. Hmmm ... sounds like another Middle East religion that's making headlines these days, doesn't it? Can you spot the difference?


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