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Iraq: a judgement « Previous | |Next »
October 30, 2004

Courtesy of Body and Soul. A disturbing report on civilian deaths in Iraq. It can be found here.

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Farnaz Fassihi, The Wall Street Journalís Middle East correspondent, has kept a journal of her life in Iraq. It is well worth reading. Courtesy of Abu Aardvark.

History's judgement? Australian deceptions.

It is not too difficult making a judgement about the US in Iraq.

If Iraq is better off without Saddam Hussein then the US is worse off -- 1,100 dead soldiers, billions added to the deficit, and the enmity of much of the world.

| Posted by Gary Sauer-Thompson at 2:49 PM | | Comments (0)
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