This article is from Al-MuaJaha a site that is similar to Boston IndyMedia.
It is technically: Al Muajaha is an independent newspaper that aims to represent all levels of Iraqi society. The staff is a group of Iraqi students with varied backgrounds, unconnected with either the previous Ba'athist regime, or with the successor American government. We represent no political party or faction, and are truly independent.
The point of these 3 stories are to show that we are bigger than we think we are. We are not bound by class or appearance or money. We are limited only by our willingness to become an instrument for something larger. A mission. A calling. A destiny. We need YOU and we need you right now. There is a sense of urgency here. We CAN make this paradigm shift happen and we CAN give the next generation a world we will be proud to turn over to them, evolution has brought forth the vehicle and it's time to get on the train and be a part what is currently the most exciting movement happening.
Things were different before the invasion! Liberation? Hardly! Terrorize? Absolutely! What possible chance is there to bring about peace in Iraq with storm trooper tactics against school children and teachers? The fact that some of these children have chosen Saddam over the soldiers of the US occupational forces must tell you something! It certainly should!
Whether she likes the position or not, Sandra Day O'Connor, America's first woman Supreme Court justice has been shoved onto history's stage, front and center with a vote that will decide whether America remains a democracy for and by the people and ultimately if he world remains free from corporate tyranny.