All this happening on the worlds greatest demcoracy.
may be you read this news.


Unofficial reports are that 500 iraqi's died 2 days
ago and day  before yesterday another 1000 died.This
is the word comming from Saudi-from friends.Dunno if
the casualities are iraqi civilains or the army.
US bombers are any way doing cluster bombing in
civilian areas.They are finding it hard to hit
armoured vehicles since they are well spread out in
distinct patterns.US has told iraq to treat US
soldiers as pow's and follow the geneva
convention.they showed images of 3 US pow's,one women
and 2 men-one of them were bandaged on their
head.These had appeared a few hours after US made a
press conference saying that they had taken 3000
iraqi's pow's and there were no US pow's.

Iraq replied by asking them to follow the geneva
convention and not to do cluster bombing in civilan

In any case US military pow's are going to have a hard
time and since U.S didnot give pow status to
*suspected* Al-Queda/taliban militants captured in
afghan war-no body is going to put pressure on iraq

Regards Sarath.

--- Mike Rosing <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Thu, 27 Mar 2003, Vincent Penquerc'h wrote:
> > Yup, I get it from the UK, though I didn't get it
> two and three
> > days ago. URLs are all in English, though this may
> be normal.
> >
> > BTW, does anyone know about www.aljezeerah.info ?
> I've been
> > getting my news from there since the start of the
> war, but I don't
> > know what links it has with, say,
> www.aljazeera.net, since I never
> > got there before. It's all in English, but I'm not
> sure about the
> > actual affiliation and editorial "line", if anyone
> can shed some
> > light.
> It's definitly jammed in the US.  I get "503 - out
> of resources error".
> Maybe you guys can set up a mirror that isn't jammed
> and the US can see it
> that way (at least until the feds catch wind of it).
> Patience, persistence, truth,
> Dr. mike

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