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URGENT MESSAGE FROM IRAQ!
Fernando Suarez del Solar received this email on Tues., 4/6. Forward and translation by Lynn Gonzalez

Iman Khamas, Director of the Occupation Watch Center in Baghdad, has sent this message this afternoon about what is happening in Iraqi cities.

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"The Iraqi cities of Sadr, Adamiya, Kufa, Faluja, Shula and other have been closed and are being bombarded with missiles and tanks by the US occupation forces and their representatives. The civilian population is being assassinated. The highway to Faluja is closed and word from the interior of this city indicates that the streets are littered with many dead. There are no ambulances, nor water or electricity. Reporters are prohibited from entering and many camaras have been broken. All this indicates that this situation will continue in the coming days. Please, help us"

Iman Khamas

Director, Occupation Watch Center
Baghdad, April 6, 2004


posted by Lorenzo 1:58 PM


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