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May 23, 2005

The Battle for Mosul: Dispatch II

Topics: Middle East News and Perspectives

Although it was posted a couple of days back, Michael Von has a piece that provides a great update and perspective on Iraq issues, the Newsweek book- in-the-toilet(not) issue, and much more:

(...)  against the wishes of the enemy, and even much of the media, somehow the Iraqis continue to progress. I am amazed at the strength of the Iraqi spirit. These people keep trying, and they love their children.

(...) A fanatic who straps a bomb to his chest and walks into a market crowded with women and children, then detonates a bomb that is sometimes laced with rat poison to hamper blood coagulation, is properly called a "mass murderer." There is nothing good to say about mass murderers, nor is there anything good to say about a person who encourages these murders. Calling these human bomb delivery devices "suicide bombers" is simply incorrect. They are murderers.

It's information and insight on the real goings-on in Iraq, denied you by the MSM, and it comes from  someone that you need to hear from  ....

Posted by Hyscience at May 23, 2005 1:52 PM



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