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Muslim Woman
01-19-2007, 02:23 AM
I seek refuge in Allah (The One God) from the Satan (devil) the cursed, the rejected

With the name of ALLAH (swt) -The Bestower Of Unlimited Mercy, The Continously Merciful


Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh (May the peace, mercy and blessings of Allah be upon you)


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Bring the Mandate for Peace to Washington DC on Jan. 27



Tell the New Congress:

Act NOW to Bring the Troops Home!

Join United for Peace and Justice in a massive march on Washington, D.C., on Sat., January 27, to call on Congress to take immediate action to end the war.

On Election Day the voters delivered a dramatic, unmistakable mandate for peace. Now it's time for action.



On January 27, 2007, we will converge from all around the country in Washington, D.C. to send a strong, clear message to Congress and the Bush Administration: The people of this country want the war and occupation in Iraq to end and we want the troops brought home now!


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Peace Takes Courage

By Cindy Sheehan


I have a new friend. She is a 15 year young peace activist named Ava Lowery.


She is disgusted with the war and with the Bush regime and she started to use her talents for animation to make cartoons that oppose Bush and the war in Iraq.



She first came to my attention when I read an article about all of the ugly hate mail she is getting on her site for a particularly poignant and brilliant animation she has called: "WWJD."



It is a heartbreaking piece that has a child singing: "Jesus loves me" and during the song she shows pictures of dead, wounded, bloody, and screaming Iraqi children.


She wanted to show how Jesus loves Iraqi children also which is apparently a frightening concept to the people who practice Bushianity.


For this inspired bit of courageous matriotism, Ava has been the object of intense and horribly ugly hate emails and not too subtle threats to do her bodily harm.


...please go to her site: PeaceTakesCourage.com and drop a note of support to our little sister in peace.



http://www.michaelmoore.com/mustread/index.php?id=635

A must watch 3 minute video - Generates pornographic hate mail for 15 year old female producer.


http://www.informationclearinghouse....ticle12837.htm

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Number Of Iraqi Civilians Slaughtered In America's War On Iraq - At Least 655,000 + +

http://tinyurl.com/usq4x

Number of U.S. Military Personnel Sacrificed (Officially

acknowledged) In America'sWar On Iraq 3,024

http://icasualties.org/oif/

The U.S. War On Iraq Costs
$358,287,970,262

See the cost in your community

http://nationalpriorities.org/index....per&Itemid=182

New Video: 3,000 Too Many

Over 3,000 American troops have now been killed in a war based on lies. Thousands more have been injured. It's up to as Americans to make sure that the lies stop.


We must let our voices be known and get American back on track. In November we voted for change. We must now make sure those elected stay true to their word


Join United for Peace and Justice in this crucial push for peace!


1) Make a donation right now to support the January 27 mobilization and help give us the funds we need to make this a truly massive outpouring for peace.

2) Help spread the word! Pass this email along to everyone you know, post it on blogs and websites -- do everything you can to help us get the word out about January 27th.

3) Make sure your organization endorses the January 27th mobilization. Click here to add your endorsement.

4) Start making plans to bring people from your congressional district to Washington on January 27. If you would like to organize a bus from your area, click here for some tips. We will soon have a form on our website, where you or your group can sign up to be the coordinator for people coming to DC from your area, so you can meet up, coordinate transportation, housing, etc.

5) Keep checking the UFPJ website for more details in the coming weeks!

http://www.unitedforpeace.org/article.php?id=3436
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Muslim Woman
01-27-2007, 02:22 AM
Salaam/peace ;



Hillary for President?

By Cindy Sheehan

How many of our troops are lying in Walter Reed with devastating injuries that could have been prevented if a Senate leader like Clinton had taken a moral stance instead of political one?
http://www.ichblog.eu/content/view/107/2

News U won’t find on CNN



Read this newsletter online http://tinyurl.com/dy6yy


Peace Mom: A Mother's Journey Through Heartache to Activism.

http://www.simonsays.com/content/boo...b=1&pid=524468
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Muslim Woman
02-15-2007, 04:31 PM
Salaam/peace;

Stop it Now

By Debi Smith

"Newspapers are unable, seemingly, to discriminate between a bicycle accident and the collapse of civilization." --George Bernard Shaw

02/13/07 "ICH " -- -- The news media has been focusing an astounding amount of attention on the death of a former playboy playmate and troubled reality tv star. No offense to the memory of Anna Nicole Smith, or to her friends, family, loved ones, and fans. Truly.

It's understandable that news outlets would report her death. And yes, her death was more than a mere bicycle accident. But on the day after her death was reported, it was still "Breaking News", on every "news" channel, and front page news in hundreds of papers.
……….It went on and on, and is still going on several days later.
Yes, it's tragic that she died, but what about the troops dying in Iraq almost every single day? Do they get the kind of attention that Smith's death, and life, have garnered? Are their lives, and deaths, less meaningful?


…..Let's start with writing The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, CNN, MSNBC, and FOX (it never hurts to try), asking them to give as much focus and space to the brave men and women in the military who are dying nearly every day, as much time and space as they are giving to Anna Nicole Smith (or whatever celebrity or drivel that is taking up news space at the moment).



And tell them to start asking the difficult questions about this war, and about the escalating talk (all a replay of what came before we invaded Iraq) of war or air attacks against Iran.


Imagine what might happen if hundreds, or thousands, or hundreds of thousands of us demanded this from our news media?

I'd like to personally commit to Molly's old fashioned campaign by posting weekly reports about the people dying in this illegal invasion to different locations on the internet.


I will do so out of respect for the deceased, out of care for the living, and out of hope that in some small way it can help make the unnecessary dying stop. The focus will mostly be on American troop deaths, but will also hopefully begin to include information on coalition and Iraqi deaths as well.
I begin here by recognizing members of the United States Military who died in Iraq--as reported by the Department of Defense--in the first seven days of February 2007.


……Sgt. Randy J. Matheny, 20, of McCook, Neb., died Feb. 4 in Baghdad, Iraq, of wounds suffered when an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle.
…….Spc. Eric R. Sieger, 18, of Layton, Utah, died Feb. 1 at Buritz, Iraq, of wounds suffered when his Bradley Fighting Vehicle rolled over.

These men and women--someone else's son or daughter, father or mother, husband or wife, friend or lover--deserve our attention, and the attention of the news media. As do all the other men and women still in Iraq.


To the nineteen men and one woman listed above, who died in the space of a week, and to all those who have died needlessly before you, may your lives and sacrifice be recognized, appreciated, and mourned appropriately.

In your memory, in memory of the estimated 650,000 Iraqi civilians who have died since 2003, and for all those still fighting in, and living amidst, this illegal war, our rally cry will be: STOP IT NOW.


Debi Smith will continue reporting on this issue until it is no longer necessary to do so. If you would like to contribute information about the lives of the men and women needlessly sacrificed in this illegal war, please feel free to contact Debi at debi@mind.net
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Muslim Woman
02-21-2007, 03:14 PM
Salaam/peace


The price of Empire is America’s Soul and that price is too high.

http://www.bushflash.com/3.html



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Muslim Woman
02-22-2007, 12:42 AM
Salaam/peace;


Iraq's People

Forgotten Victims of the 21st-Century Holocaust







When will Iraqis' Holocaust end? (Reuters Photo)

There are currently four million displaced Iraqis; there are a further 600,000 internally displaced.


...UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan was forced to acknowledge what many Iraqis are saying today — that their lives were far better off before the war.


http://www.islamonline.net/servlet/S...rs%2FMAELayout


Number Of Iraqi Civilians Slaughtered In America's War On Iraq -

At Least 655,000 + +


http://tinyurl.com/usq4x


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Eric H
02-22-2007, 08:23 AM
Greetings and peace be with you Muslim Woman;

The U.S. War On Iraq Costs
$358,287,970,262
That must be costing every man woman and child in America dearly, All that money seems to have been used to spread enmity.

I just have some questions,

Could all that money have been spent in a better way?
Would it have been enough to make poverty history?
Could it have been used to solve global warming?
Could it have been used to make the world a better place?

In the spirit of praying for peace on Earth.

Eric
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Muslim Woman
02-23-2007, 12:00 AM
Salaam/peace


Originally Posted by Eric H
Greetings and peace be with you Muslim Woman;
---thanks ; same to u :okay:


Could all that money have been spent in a better way?
sure ; forget about Iraqi people .... the money could have been spent for US poor & Katrina victims.



Would it have been enough to make poverty history?
----- may be not but if properly used , many people could improved living standards.


Many children don't get fresh drinking water even in USA . US Govt. should have spent money to provide them clean water.



Could it have been used to solve global warming?
why not ?


Could it have been used to make the world a better place?


yap :okay:


In the spirit of praying for peace on Earth.

Eric[/QUOTE]


Ameen .
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Tearful US occupation force soldier recounts rape and murder of Iraqi child:

A U.S. soldier under court-martial at a Kentucky military base broke down in tears on Wednesday as he described how he and others planned the rape of a 14-year-old Iraqi girl, murdered along with her family.



http://mobile.alertnet.org/thenews/n.../N20239021.htm


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Muslim Woman
02-27-2007, 01:58 AM


Salaam/peace;


Iraqis are People, too

By Cindy Sheehan

After spending two heart wrenching hours listening to two Iraqi gentlemen, one an educator, one a scientist, giving agonizing testimony about what is really going on in Iraq (outside the Green Zone), in Istanbul,

I returned to my nearby hotel room and read something from the AP that tore my heart apart even further.



.....A majority of Americans do find the casualties on both sides unacceptable, but now it's time to go from thinking "unacceptable" to action.



We need to get out of our comfy homes and hit the streets in the millions on March 17th, especially in Washington, DC, if for anything else, to demonstrate to the people of the world that citizens in democracies do not sanction killing innocent people.



We need to do it for our soldiers, but more importantly for the innocent citizens of Iraq. We need to demand an immediate withdrawal of troops from Iraq and we need to demand impeachment for BushCo to restore the peace and to restore our reputation in the world.

After the program, the Sheik approached me with a translator and apologized to me for Casey’s death saying that: “We don’t want to kill your soldiers, but we are protecting our country, it is our country.”

Time to give the Iraqis their country back.

We never should have allowed Bloody BushCo to go there in the first place.


http://www.informationclearinghouse....ticle17192.htm
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snakelegs
03-06-2007, 09:22 AM
"bushianity" - i like that.
isn't it funny how the "support our troops" blah blah get upset if you want to bring them home? how is it supporting our troops to want them to put their lives in danger for a lie?
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Muslim Woman
03-06-2007, 03:53 PM


Salaam/peace;




Originally Posted by snakelegs
"bushianity" - i like that.
isn't it funny how the "support our troops" blah blah get upset if you want to bring them home? how is it supporting our troops to want them to put their lives in danger for a lie?
---Americans should demand that Bush must send one of his daughters & Chenny to send one son/daughter to join the Iraq war ----not only by supporting the troops orally but stay with them in the war field . I guess , war will be stopped immediately.

Now , the dead soldiers / murdere innocent victims are only NUMBERS to them.......if their kids go to Iraq , then they will understand what it is feel like .


I know , it won't happen.....who can force Bush & Chenny to send their kids in Iraq ?



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I did not read the articles......interested readers may visit the sites.

Not Oil, But Israel: Behind the Iraq War
Stephen Sniegoski


http://www.thornwalker.com/ditch/snieg_oilwar.htm


The most popular argument of the critics of the Iraq war has been that the United States went to war for oil — that is, that the war had nothing to do with combating terrorism.



Writing in the Christian Science Monitor before the war, Brendan O'Neill reported that "for many in the antiwar movement, the idea that the Bushies' plan to invade the Gulf to get their greasy hands on more oil has become an article of faith, an unquestionable truth repeated like a mantra." ...



That goes against what I regard as the fundamental reason for the war: the war was led by neoconservatives and fought in the interests of Israel, at least as Likudniks envision Israel's interests.



Iraq: A War For Israel
Mark Weber


http://w ww.ihr.org/leaflets/iraqwar.shtml


So if the official reasons given for the war were untrue, why did the United States attack? Whatever the secondary reasons for the Iraq war, the crucial factor in President Bush’s decision to attack was to help Israel.


With support from Israel and America’s Jewish- Zionist lobby, and prodded by Jewish "neo- conservatives" holding high-level positions in his administration, President Bush — who was already fervently committed to Israel — resolved to invade and subdue one of Israel’s chief regional enemies.



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Count DeSheep
03-06-2007, 03:54 PM
Originally Posted by snakelegs
how is it supporting our troops to want them to put their lives in danger for a lie?
A lie? What lie? Peace in Iraq, you mean? Oh, that lie. I gotcha now.
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Count DeSheep
03-06-2007, 03:58 PM
Originally Posted by Muslim Woman
Americans should demand that Bush must send one of his daughters & Chenny to send one son/daughter to join the Iraq war ----not only by supporting the troops orally but stay with them in the war field . I guess , war will be stopped immediately.

Now , the dead soldiers / murdere innocent victims are only NUMBERS to them.......if their kids go to Iraq , then they will understand what it is feel like .
Leaders don't actually do anything. You should know that by now! They point fingers. That's what "leader" means, finger pointer. They'll just continue pretending that they understand what the soldiers are going through. They'll occasionally pop their head in, say hello, and then high-tail it outta there, just as they've been doing. The Americans will never send someone in a position of leadership where they could get hurt--if they do, they won't have the chance to sit around all day arguing about trivial issues. They can't do their job of ignoring the major issues if they're out on the front lines.

You silly people and your common sense...
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snakelegs
03-06-2007, 09:30 PM
americans (who are finally starting to wake up, when they can tear themselves away from the shopping mall long enough), can demand whatever they want.
the gov't does not care.
some people believe that u.s. is a democracy. it is not. we are allowed to vote between 2 people who are not terribly different from each other and never represent the average american, but rather serve the interests and corporations who buy them their office.
uk i think is not that different. i believe the majority of people in uk (unlike in u.s.) opposed the war even in the beginning.
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Count DeSheep
03-06-2007, 11:16 PM
Originally Posted by snakelegs
americans (who are finally starting to wake up, when they can tear themselves away from the shopping mall long enough), can demand whatever they want.
the gov't does not care.
some people believe that u.s. is a democracy. it is not. we are allowed to vote between 2 people who are not terribly different from each other and never represent the average american, but rather serve the interests and corporations who buy them their office.
uk i think is not that different. i believe the majority of people in uk (unlike in u.s.) opposed the war even in the beginning.
And finally, the truth comes out...
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wilberhum
03-06-2007, 11:20 PM
Originally Posted by Count DeSheep
And finally, the truth comes out...
Maybe if you lived in the real world you would have known this.
Reality must never reach XP. :-\
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Muslim Woman
03-07-2007, 01:05 AM


Salaam/peace;



Poison DUst


A Must Watch Video

Poison DUst tells the story of young soldiers who thought they came home safely from the war, but didn't. Of a veteran's young daughter whose birth defect is strikingly similar to birth defects suffered by many Iraqi children.



- Every American who cares about our troops should watch this film.


Everyone who cares about the innocent civilians who live in the countries where these weapons are used should watch this film.




http://www.informationclearinghouse....ticle17249.htm


More US citizens think Iraq war 'unwinnable:

A NEW poll published in the US shows growing pessimism among Americans about the Iraq war with only 28 per cent saying the US will probably or definitely win the conflict.


http://snipurl.com/1c8ee


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Muslim Woman
03-10-2007, 01:04 AM


Salaam/peace,



Turn Off the Life Support: America is Dead

By DOUG THOMPSON

Turn off the life support. Disconnect the IVs. Bring in the priest for last rites. The US of A is brain dead with no chance for revival.


http://www.informationclearinghouse....ticle17265.htm


The Deserter's Tale



US Soldier Joshua Key has told Tony Jones about his new book, which concludes that American soldiers were behaving like terrorists in the Iraq war, as a result of their training.


Video and transcript



http://www.informationclearinghouse....ticle17271.htm

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Yanal
03-10-2007, 01:37 AM
nice information and how are you ?
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Muslim Woman
03-10-2007, 01:56 AM


Salaam/peace,


Originally Posted by Yanal
nice information
credit goes to Tom Feeley.... his website is One person's effort to correct the distorted perceptions provided by commercial media.



and how are you ?
Alhamdulillah

:statisfie :)

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Muslim Woman
03-23-2007, 07:49 AM


Salaam/peace ,


White Hot Rage

By Cindy Sheehan

I have long suspected that Blackwater Security and L. Paul Bremer (what’s his nickname? Scooter? Pookie?) were responsible for the insurgency in Iraq and subsequently the death of my son, Casey.


I am reading Jeremy Scahill’s new book: Blackwater and it is doing nothing to decrease my suspicions, only confirm them. Continue




Riverbend - Baghdad Burning

Audio - Everyone, Americans and British especially, should hear this account of Baghdad under occupation.



A dramatised, searing, first-hand account of life in occupied Baghdad following the invasion of Iraq in 2003, and drawn from the real life internet blog of a young Iraqi woman, known only for security reasons as Riverbend.


Click to listen

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Muslim Woman
03-25-2007, 01:47 AM


Salaam/peace ,


Iraq: Bush Failed, You Try

http://www.islamonline.net/livedialo...GuestID=cRgSRA


Name Ameri -

Question As an expert in managing crises of this kind, what do you think is the best solution to this crisis? Do you agree that this US-led war has not ever been justifiable.


Answer First of all, I personally was against the war (despite my many Iraqi friends who wanted to be rid of that very brutal regime), because I don't think you can solve crises in the Middle East by sending in American troops.



The record of the last four years shows how true this was. To find a solution at this late stage will be very difficult, perhaps impossible. But we owe it, not to the US, but to the people of Iraq who have suffered for too long, and indeed for the safety of the people in the region, to find a solution.



My organisation is calling for a multilateral effort including members of the Security Council and Iraq's six neihgbouring states to convene a conference of all principal Iraqi actors regardless of their outlook and bring them to compromise on the key issues that divide them: the nature of federalism, how to share oil revenues, de-Baathification, etc.


If this is done, there could still be hope (although it will be extremely difficult even then to stabilise Iraq).




And we must have hope. (Sorry: just lost electricity for a couple of minutes; I'm writing this in Kirkuk.)



Name Naf -



Question Not to sound pessimistic, but it seems there is very little the ordinary person can do, we have marched, protested and lobbied but still those in power have chosen not to head our warnings or advice.



We can keep trying, but at the end of the day the decision has to be made from the top (until the next election that is) – is their another strategy we can take?


Answer Very good question, and I can understand your frustration. Coming at it from a different corner, we have provided analyses and recommendations concerning Iraq from day 1, and all for nothing....


But the American electorate has started to punish Bush for his failures in Iraq, and perhaps the same thing will happen in the UK. Meanwhile, I wouldn't give up the protests and demonstrations, because we could be close to reaching "critical mass".



The real problem is that it is already too late for the many Iraqis who have died (for example, four carbombs here in Kirkuk today), and whatever solution may be constructed, it is going to take time.....

Name A.Rashdan



Our reports on Iraq and other countries of the Middle East and North Africa are available in English and Arabic from http://www.crisisgroup.org.




Joost Hiltermann
Deputy Program Director, MENA
International Crisis Group

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Muslim Woman
04-09-2007, 01:17 AM


Salaam/peace;



10,000 Mother of a March


By Cindy Sheehan

The time for being polite to our war-mongering politicians and organizations which support them is over.


The time has been up for years now: over four to be exact. Women in Iraq are afraid to go to the market or send their children to school.




Our occupation has killed many babies and destroyed many Anglo-Christian families and brown Muslim families and, really, families of all color schemes and religious/non-religious persuasions.


......... join us on our “10,000 Mother of a March” on Congress on Monday, May 14th, 2007, which is the day after Mother’s Day.



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Jeannette Rankin continued to work for peace until her death in 1973 at the age of 92. The Jeannette Rankin Brigade of 5,000 women descended on Congress during the Vietnam War and she said:

“If we had 10,000 mothers willing to go to prison, we could end the war.”


........ The time has been up for years now: over four to be exact. Women in Iraq are afraid to go to the market or send their children to school. Our occupation has killed many babies and destroyed many Anglo-Christian families and brown Muslim families and, really, families of all color schemes and religious/non-religious persuasions.

We mothers have to stand up and put our bodies on the line for peace and humanity. We must look into the best parts of ourselves that make us mothers willing to care for and protect all children of the world, not just our own.



We need to access our hearts and souls to lead from a place of compassion and love not from war/fear mongering hatred and disgraceful threats and use of bullying force.

I am calling on a new Jeannette Rankin Brigade to rise up and have join us on our “10,000 Mother of a March” on Congress on Monday, May 14th, 2007, which is the day after Mother’s Day.



Marches on the weekends are not effective. We need to shut the city of DC down and we need to show people like Hillary Clinton and NOW that there are true women/mothers who want the needless and indiscriminate killing of our world’s children to end.



We need to surround Congress, demand an end to this evil occupation and refuse to leave until the Congressional leadership agrees with us, or throws us in jail!


I am calling on Mothers of the world to join us in DC, if they are able…or descend on US embassies all over the world that day.


I would love to see at least 10,000 Iraqi women marching on the Green Zone that day: marching in solidarity with us to end the slaughter of their children.



I believe millions of mothers around the world are tired of their children being used as cannon fodder and political tools in the games of war and killer sanctions.

Mothers united will never be defeated! It's time.

Please go The Camp Casey Peace Institute for more info.



Cindy Sheehan is the mother of Spc. Casey Sheehan who was killed in Bush's war of terror on 04/04/04. She is the co-founder and president of Gold Star Families for Peace and The Camp Casey Peace Institute.


Link to this page: http://www.ichblog.eu/text/content/view/1102/1


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Philosopher
04-09-2007, 01:23 AM
Let the war go on. The longer the war the more Americans die.
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Muslim Woman
04-09-2007, 01:33 AM


Salaam/peace;


Originally Posted by Philosopher
Let the war go on. The longer the war the more Americans die.


----so , it's the only solutions ?????? :confused: :uhwhat


why she is only asking mothers??? Why not call fathers to join , too ?

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The Crucifixion of Christ, American Style

By Jerry Ghinelli



Dressed in an orange jumpsuit and shackled at the wrists and ankles, he looked gaunt and sad at his circumstances.



08/29/05 "ICH" -- -- “For God so loved the world...” he returned his only begotten son to the land where he shed his grace on thee.


Vindication for the faithful, rejoicing for the true believers, it was the second coming of Christ—and he was coming to America. Not to bring Armageddon, but to save mankind from Armageddon.

...Looking much as he did two thousand years ago, the longhaired, bearded Jesus Christ, shabbily dressed in a robe and sandals, began to speak in a soft voice.

“Shalom, salaam and may peace be with you,” he offered.

“I, Jesus of Nazareth, use this sacred ground to symbolize where nearly four years ago, at this exact moment, man’s inhumanity to man was broadcast live for the entire world to bear witness to.



“Those who committed these barbaric acts thought of themselves as ‘believers,’ but only a believer in Satan could commit such a heinous act,” said Christ.




The applause rang out like booming thunder, echoing off the skyscrapers along the narrow streets of lower Manhattan, and down the section of Broadway known as the Canyon of Heroes. Shouts of “hallelujah, hallelujah” sent goose bumps up people’s arms.

The faithful were not crying; they were sobbing. Some people fainted.


Christ continued. “But I come before America today, for she is the greatest danger to world peace since Genesis.



“To suggest that God, our father, would ever be on the side of an America—or any country, for that matter—which attacks poor, defenseless, impoverished people out of revenge, fear, ignorance or greed, contradicts everything I stand for today and, more importantly, died for two thousand years ago.”


.....President Bush, speaking to new Marine recruits at Paris Island, praised the Lord Jesus and thanked him for his sacrifices. The President, who speaks to God regularly, insisted, however, that God also put him on this earth during these dangerous times to do his will.

“Christ is my brother,” Bush emphasized, “and brothers often have differences of opinion, that’s all. Christ believes in turning the other cheek; I prefer an eye for and eye. Or, as we say in Texas—dead or alive,” he said to applause from his troops.

“Semper fi,” shouted Bush.

Bush declared, “Jesus has never been elected to any public office. I come to work every day as your Commander–in-Chief with war on my mind. Christ speaks of peace this and love that… all kinds of dangerous messages in the post 9/11 world, when we have been attacked by the evildoers who can’t stand our freedoms,” Bush said, to a standing ovation.

Bush ended his speech by reciting his own version of “The Lord’s Prayer”:


Our Father, Who art in heaven,

Hallowed be Thy Name.

Thy Kingdom come.

Thy Will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven. Give us this day our daily bread.

And never forgive the terrorists,

who trespass against us.

And lead us not into appeasement,

and deliver the U.S. from evil. Amen.


http://www.ichblog.eu/text/content/view/1114/1
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Muslim Woman
04-15-2007, 11:49 PM


Salaam/peace;


"Sorry We Shot Your Kid, But Here's $500"

By Greg Mitchell

For the entire war in Iraq, the press has been kept largely in the dark concerning the number of civilians killed by our forces, and what happened in the aftemath.


Now several hundred files posted online reveal some of the true horror while raising questions about lack of compensation.

http://www.ichblog.eu/text/content/view/1176/1

Number Of Iraqi Civilians Slaughtered In America's War On Iraq - At Least 655,000 + +


http://tinyurl.com/usq4x
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Eric H
04-16-2007, 02:00 PM
Greetings and peace be with you Muslim Woman;

And never forgive the terrorists,

who trespass against us.

And lead us not into appeasement,

and deliver the U.S. from evil. Amen.
I don't see the news very often but if President Bush really made this prayer, it is in direct contradiction to the Lords prayer. At some point he will have to stand before God, and justify this.

In the spirit of praying for forgiveness,

Eric
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Muslim Woman
04-16-2007, 03:38 PM


Salaam/peace;

Originally Posted by Eric H
Greetings and peace be with you Muslim Woman;
--same to u :statisfie



I don't see the news very often but if President Bush really made this prayer.....

----no , it's the imagination of the author. But , though Bush did not utter these words , he is proving all these/more than that in his actions.


Bush is not only killing criminals ( i doubt , how many terrorists are really killed in war against terrorism ) ; all i see--thousands & thousands of dead bodies of innocent civilians .


At some point he will have to stand before God, and justify this.
--- i m eagerly waiting for that Day , i would love to see how Bush , Blair , Zionists leaders , Laden ( if he really is responsible for 9/11 ) will be judged ? Ya , i know , we all be judged on that day but surely ( God Willing ) , we will be in better position than them .



In the spirit of praying for forgiveness,

--may God bless us all.




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Muslim Woman
04-17-2007, 01:52 AM


Salaam/peace;






Iraq For Sale: The War Profiteers

When: 12th May

Time: 7pm for a 7.30pm start


Cost: $15 per person


$10 per Al-Ghazzali Centre student (on presentation of Student Card)
Cost includes entry and cafe quality coffees, teas and refreshments

Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers is the story of what happens to everyday Americans when corporations go to war.



Acclaimed director Robert Greenwald (Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price, Outfoxed and Uncovered) takes you inside the lives of soldiers, truck drivers, widows and children who have been changed forever as a result of profiteering in the reconstruction of Iraq.


Iraq for Sale uncovers the connections between private corporations making a killing in Iraq and the decision makers who allow them to do so.





Join us for a film night for some serious consideration about the ongoing tyranny in Iraq, and elsewhere in a socially warm atmosphere of family, friends and colleagues.

For more information about this movie, go to of the movie.



Online registration is essential. To register go to http://alghazzali.org/register/xpresso_movie_night_2










http://www.hilalplaza.com/catalog/th...us_2939664.htm
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Muslim Woman
04-18-2007, 01:47 AM


Salaam/peace;

Cindy Sheehan - They Can't Kill Love: Video:

Cindy Sheehan calls for nonviolent revolution, encourages activists and shares her emotions about the senseless killings of Iraqis and US soldiers due to this war.


This is a must watch question and answer session


http://www.traprockpeace.org/traprock_video

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Muslim Woman
06-19-2007, 09:08 AM
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The Measure of a Life, in Dollars and Cents

By Walter Pincus

What's an Iraqi life worth? How about an Iraqi car? - For the U.S. military in Iraq, it may be roughly the same.



http://www.informationclearinghouse....ticle17899.htm



What Every American Should Know About Iraq

By David Michael Green

While many can imagine political leaders making mistakes, most Americans find it inconceivable that an American president could actually put personal or political interests ahead of the national interest or the welfare of the troops, especially on so grave an issue as war and peace.




http://www.informationclearinghouse....ticle17891.htm

A cry for justice from a good man who expected us to protect his son

By Robert Fisk

I had seen British military brutality in Northern Ireland - I had even been threatened by British officers in Belfast - but I somehow thought that things had changed, that a new, more disciplined army had emerged from the dark, sinister days of the Irish conflict.

But I was wrong.

Baha Mousa, Daoud's son, had died from the injuries he received in British custody, a young, decent man whose father was a cop, who did nothing worse than work as a receptionist in a Basra hotel.



http://www.informationclearinghouse....ticle17897.htm



Verse of the day –

Be patient (O Muhammad (p ) of what they say,
and remember Our slave Dâwûd (David), endued with power.

Verily, he was ever oft-returning in all matters and in repentance (toward God ). ( 38 : 17 )
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