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The Battle for Iraq Has Just Began: The Iraqi People Will Resist (english)
08 Apr 2003
The fight has just begun.This is much more complicated than the media portrays it.
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The Twisted Language Of War That Is Used To Justify The Unjustifiable (english)
07 Apr 2003
Why do we aid and abet the lies and propaganda of this filthy war? How come, for example, it's now BBC "style" to describe the Anglo-American invaders as the "coalition". This is a lie. The "coalition" that we're obviously supposed to remember is the one forged to drive Iraqi occupation troops from Kuwait in 1991, an alliance involving dozens of countries almost all of whom now condemn President Bush Junior's adventure in Iraq.
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Irregular Weapons Used Against Iraq (english)
07 Apr 2003
This document presents collected information on irregular weapons used by the United States and the United Kingdom since the official beginning of their war against Iraq.
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Why Does the US Want War With Iraq? (english)
07 Apr 2003
The US then stood back and watched as Saddam massacred whose who tried. Collateral benefit is the idea that although the war is being fought for 'non-humanitarian' reasons such as oil, side effects such as the removal of Saddam can be positive. Any idea that there are 'collateral benefits' to US intervention have already been exposed as false by experience. As the Revolutionary Association of Women of Afhanistan have pointed out women still lead insecure fearful lives. The Northern Alliance replaced the Taliban, but nothing much has changed.
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War: Who is it Good For? (english)
07 Apr 2003
Regardless of the outcome of the war, Iraq will emerge as a devastated country, strewn with rubble, corpses, depleted uranium and other long-term environmental toxins. In the unlikely event that the US invasion is defeated, all they have to look forward to is more of the same, suffering under the twin evils of a brutal dictator and an "international community" that makes the people pay for the existence of this dictator through sanctions and bombing.
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What Do Workers Think About The War? (english)
07 Apr 2003
Asked whether they would be for the war if there were substantial civilian Iraqi casualties, the upper layer was still for the war by 54% to 36%, but the under 30 thousands were now against it by 47% to 42%. Could it be that poorer working people are more sensitive to moral issues in a war?
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Why Iraq? Why Now? (english)
07 Apr 2003
Below is a talk delivered by a member of the Anarchist
Federation at an anti-war meeting in Belfast on 11.02.03 hosted by Organise-ASF
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Military Machine Rolls Into Baghdad (english)
07 Apr 2003
Modified: 11:21:43 PM


Is It Cake Yet?
A man's home is his castle? Not if he's Saddam Hussein. Coalition forces have sauntered into Baghdad and taken control of two of Saddam Hussein's presidential palaces, Reuters reports. "I do believe this city is freakin' ours," the New York Post quotes Capt. Chris Carter of Watkinsville, Ga., as saying at one of the palaces. The Post notes that some American soldiers "said they planned to enjoy a shower in Saddam's palace." So much for the Baath Party.
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Campus Watch (english)
07 Apr 2003
Mission Statement: Campus Watch, a project of the Middle East Forum, reviews and critiques Middle East studies in North America, with an aim to improving them. The project mainly addresses five problems: analytical failures, the mixing of politics with scholarship, intolerance of alternative views, apologetics, and the abuse of power over students. Campus Watch fully respects the freedom of speech of those it debates while insisting on its own freedom to comment on their words and deeds.
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A Religious Front for Castro, Kim and Saddam (english)
07 Apr 2003
Modified: 11:06:10 PM
The so-called "anti-war" movement is protesting the long overdue removal of a psychopathic dictator. I say "so-called," because closer inspection of the groups participating in organizing marches and rallies reveals that rather than protesting the war, they are using it to advance the Communist agenda.
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