Know them by their fruit
words attributed to Jesus speaking in Aramaic
Circus of Killing — 2003
A Prisoner Of Panic
Palestine Israel
The one who admitted
US report on religious freedom selective
Jabs in developing world unsafe
Moroccan crackdown includes torture         The most powerful man in Moroccomoroccon
George Soros
Putin
Falluja siege April, 2004

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Devastating and unflinching expose
Behind the mushroom cloud
Go ahead George, but don't lie to my children
Children trying to commit suicide
Soldiers and civilians dead and wounded in Iraq blasts
Los Angeles Times Editor John S. Carroll delivering the annual Ruhl Lecture, spoke about information given to the American public about the war.
In a scathing critique of Fox News and some talk show hosts, such as Bill O'Reilly, Carroll said they were a "different breed of journalists" who misled their audience while claiming to inform them.
He said they did not fit into the long legacy of journalists who got their facts right and respected and cared for their audiences.
Carroll cited a study released last year that showed Americans had three main misconceptions about Iraq: That weapons of mass destruction had been found; that a connection between al-Qaeda and Iraq had been demonstrated; that the world approved of U.S intervention in Iraq.
He said 80 percent of people who primarily got their news from Fox believed at least one of the misconceptions.
He said the figure was more than 57 percentage points higher than people who get their news from public news broadcasting.
"How in the world could Fox have left its listeners so deeply in the dark?" Carroll asked.
(Fox controlling ownership is Rupert Murdoch)
Apocalyptic fear; Americans more scared than ever
Grief grips army families
Falluja siege April, 2004

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'You lied, they died,' Jesus' father tells Bush
Jesus
Thieves like us — Chris Floyd
There is a dark cabal around Blair
Cook states Blair misled public
Falluja siege April, 2004 

Photo: aljazeera.net
TV has made nation complacent — Al Gore
The disastrous turn which the fortunes of this nation have taken
Sick and wounded troops held in squalor
The most insidious of traitors
Bodies from part of the mass killing by coalition occupation forces April, 2004

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Was it all worth it?
Red Cross rare attack on US
Senator Kennedy: Iraq war made up in Texas
Annan warns on Islam-West hostility
RUSS BYNUM
Associated Press
SAVANNAH, Ga. - A U.S. soldier who left his unit in Iraq rather than fight for what he called an "oil-driven war" faces a court-martial Wednesday on a desertion charge.
Staff Sgt. Camilo Mejia, 28, of Miami Beach, Fla., could go to prison for a year and receive a bad conduct discharge if convicted by a military jury at Fort Stewart.
He said his war experience made him decide to seek conscientious objector status.
He said he was particularly upset over an incident in which his unit was ambushed and civilians were hit in the ensuing gunfire, and another in which he said an Iraqi boy died after confusion over which military doctor should treat him.
He also claimed he saw Iraqi prisoners treated "with great cruelty" when he was put in charge of processing detainees a year ago at al-Assad, an Iraqi air base occupied by U.S. forces.
Mejia filed the statements March 16, before the Iraqi prisoner scandal at the Abu Ghraib prison became public. Fort Stewart officials said they have forwarded his account to the Army.
In his objector application, Mejia said detainees were kept blindfolded and troops were ordered to use sleep-deprivation tactics to aid with interrogations.
He said prisoners were kept awake for up to 48 hours at a time, often by yelling at them or having them sit and stand for several minutes.
“When these techniques failed, we would bang on the wall with a huge sledgehammer ... or load a 9 mm pistol next to their ear,” Mejia wrote.
“The way we treated these men was hard even for the soldiers, especially after realizing that many of these `combatants’ were no more than shepherds.”
Lebanese Druze chief rues rockets missed Wolfowitz
US led forces losing war for Iraqi arms Iraqui
MP's report - The warnings Blair ignored
Tony Blair must be held to account
The ever expanding war on terror
Iraqi mourners carry coffin of a fighter killed during fight between Sunni resistance and U.S troops, into a soccer field turned into a cemetery, in Fallujah April, 2004

Photo: AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen
Iraqi mourners carry coffin of a fighter killed during fight between Sunni resistance and U.S troops, into a soccer field turned into a cemetery, in Fallujah April, 2004
Six days
Aussi PM won't comment on weapons speculation
Poll shows Baghdad residents optimistic
Confessions of a terrorist
The new governor would not pursue the court action: "It's time to settle and move on."
An interview with Gore Vidal
Missiles sent to a crowded city paid for by US taxpayer money.

US missiles strike over Gaza.

Photo: english.aljazeera.net
Missiles out of the sky paid for by US taxpayer money
US missiles strike over Gaza
A Palestinian man carries a wounded schoolgirl after an US/Israeli missile struck a house in Gaza May 12, 2004.
In the last two days 20 Palestinian people have been killed, 11 Israeli soldiers.
200 Palestinian people have been injured by US made and paid for helicopter stikes utilising US made and paid for missiles that rained down on the people below.
Missiles sent to a crowded city from out of the sky.
April 2004
US missiles — US money — and Palestine
Missiles  sent to a crowded city paid for by US taxpayer money.

US missiles strike over Gaza.

Photo: english.aljazeera.net
Missiles sent to a crowded city paid for by US taxpayer money
US missiles strike over Gaza
March 2004
A young Palestinian man hitting an Israeli teargas bomb with his shoes away from demonstrators.
Israeli occupation soldiers killed two demonstrators and injured more than a hundred of them during anti-Wall demonstrations in the West Bank.
Who carried out the Sept. 11 terror attacks on the United States?   People in the pay of Saudi Arabia, trained and maintained by the secret services of Pakistan.   What did George W. Bush do to punish these accomplices to mass murder on American soil?   Nothing.    Instead he killed more than 30,000 innocent people — in Iraq.
Classified spending on the rise
They do it because they can
US team finds no smallpox in Iraq
Betrayal of trust
The quagmire of denouncing a quagmire
Missiles out of the sky paid for by US taxpayer money.

US missiles strike over Gaza.

Photo: english.aljazeera.net
Missiles out of the sky paid for by US taxpayer money
US missiles strike over Gaza
February 2004
A Palestinian elderly woman screaming in despair, complaining to God, as an Israeli occupation army bulldozer started to prepare her land for the construction of the separation wall in the village of Dair Qidees, near the West Bank city of Ramallah.
Rumsfeld - does he lies again?
This fucking government, I swear
Chagos islanders shamefully evicted for US base
Blue movies proliferate in post Saddam Iraq
US is turning a death ear to good advice
ISC report shows Blair's main justification for war on Iraq completely false
Missiles sent to a crowded city paid for by US taxpayer money.

US missiles strike over Gaza.

Photo: english.aljazeera.net
Missiles sent to a crowded city paid for by US taxpayer money
US missiles strike over Gaza
January 2004
Israeli occupation soldiers guarding bulldozers demolishing Palestinian homes.
A Palestinian man, perhaps who has lived in one of the homes, sits on the ground watching, his small daughters around him.
Why the media don't call it as they see it.
The French were right
Orientalism is alive and well
Missiles out of the sky paid for by US taxpayer money.

US missiles strike over Gaza.

Photo: english.aljazeera.net
Missiles out of the sky paid for by US taxpayer money
US missiles strike over Gaza
December 2003
Palestinian boys cry over the body of their father.
8 Palestinians were killed and 40 were injured,in the Rafah refugee camp in the southern Gaza Strip.
Many homes were destroyed during a savage Israeli occupation raid on the refugee camp on Tuesday.
Reporters in Iraq face danger on many fronts
Powell tries to explain remarks on Iraq
CIA seeks probe of white house
Radio report on 45 minute claim was in public interest
Ex-Aide: Powell Misled Americans
Missiles  sent to a crowded city paid for by US taxpayer money.

US missiles strike over Gaza.

Photo: english.aljazeera.net
Missiles sent to a crowded city paid for by US taxpayer money
US missiles strike over Gaza
November 2003
A Palestinian family in Jenin, moments before the Israeli occupation forces blew up their home.
Reality-fogging prose to protect the tender sensibilities of the American people
Unraveling Deceit
Options
Missiles out of the sky paid for by US taxpayer money.

US missiles strike over Gaza.

Photo: english.aljazeera.net
Missiles out of the sky paid for by US taxpayer money
US missiles strike over Gaza
October 2003
Tom Hurndall, the peace activist who was shot by Israeli occupation forces while helping to shield some Palestinian children, is declaired to be brain dead.
Two Palestinian children were among about 100 Palestinian civilians injured in the Israeli air raids on Gaza Strip, which also resulted in killing 10 civilians.
Meanwhile, "Hon, they've got a special on air conditioners down at the mall.   Do you think we could drive down after the news?
Reporters in Iraq face danger on many fronts
United Nations is relevant when needed to clean up Bush's fiascos
If policy-makers stop treating employment as an afterthought and place decent work at the heart of macroeconomic and social policies.
Malaysian PM speaks out:  Attack on Iraq ‘cowardly’
Farewell to Iraq
Saddam's sons are dead
Missiles sent to a crowded city paid for by US taxpayer money.

US missiles strike over Gaza.

Photo: english.aljazeera.net
Missiles sent to a crowded city paid for by US taxpayer money
US missiles strike over Gaza
September 2003
See the home blow up.
Blowing up more Palestinian homes as a collective punishment is a daily Israeli practice (paid for by US money) to control Palestinians under occupation.
Weapons of mass deception - DU
Cluster bombs
Missiles out of the sky paid for by US taxpayer money.

US missiles strike over Gaza.

Photo: english.aljazeera.net
Missiles out of the sky paid for by US taxpayer money
US missiles strike over Gaza
The life and death of Kamala Sawalha
A student leaves her house every night, leaving her two young children at home, spends the next several hours traveling by taxi and on foot to get to the university in the neighboring town — just 15 minutes away.
Kamala wanted very badly to study — otherwise, it would be hard to understand the sacrifice she made for it.
To get up before dawn every morning, to leave the babies with their grandmother, to spend hours on the road in the heat and cold, even when pregnant, in order to get to the campus on time; to risk being shot or subjected to endless humiliations around every turn, and then to travel the whole way back — in a taxi where possible and on foot where necessary....
“Suddenly we were facing the soldiers,” he recounts.  The jeep was parked on the left side of the road and its right door was open.  Kamala let out a long scream.  It was the last sound she would ever make.
At 11:30 A.M., they buried Kamala Sawalha in the town cemetery.
Depleted Uranium
Blair's moral war
Weapons of mass distraction
David Kelly
David Kay quits
Wrecked city of tears and pain
Missiles sent to a crowded city paid for by US taxpayer money.

US missiles strike over Gaza.

Photo: english.aljazeera.net
Missiles sent to a crowded city paid for by US taxpayer money
US missiles strike over Gaza
Punching an arab in the face.
The father went through it and now the son is going through it and no one talks about it around the dinner table.
Furer is certain that what happened to him is not at all unique. 
Here he was — a creative, sensitive graduate of the Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts, who became an animal at the checkpoint, a violent sadist who beat up Palestinians because they didn’t show him the proper courtesy, who shot out tires of cars because their owners were playing the radio too loud, who abused a retarded teenage boy lying handcuffed on the floor of the Jeep, just because he had to take his anger out somehow.
Litany of Bush's lies
Blair slammed over Iraqi document
Iraq it's still there!
WMD Will Be On Blair's Political Headstone
Pollack on revisionist history
Words of mass deception
An angry man in front of his destroyed house, destroyed by US forces Fallujah April, 2004

Photo: AFP/Ramzi Haidar
An angry man in front of his destroyed house, destroyed by US forces Fallujah April, 2004
A people lulled into a stupor
I remember where I came from
But we hoped!    We hoped!
Truth seeping through
White House says claim in error
What if Bush suspended the cut on the estate tax?
At long last a smoking gun
A bigger badder sequel to Iran contra
Intelligence Story reeks of dishonesty
DFAT knew intelligence questionable
George Bush and Jesus Christ
A man cries at the grave of his brother May 2, 2004, killed by U.S. bombs during a month long siege of Falluja April, 2004
Photo: AFP/Ramzi Haidar
A man cries at the grave of his brother May 2, 2004, killed by U.S. bombs during a month long siege of Falluja April, 2004
More than 800 people were killed
Medical Emergency
City of Defiance
Six days of shame
Biggest lie yet!
Shock into surrendering
10 killed in Mosul as US troops open fire
Not So Smart Bombs Devastate Ordinary Lives
Aljazeera
Jack Straw reveals circular illogic of Bush speech to congress
War paved with lies
10 appalling lies we were told about Iraq
BBC row has been got up to obscure ugle truth
Bush is in trouble
Mass myopia: United States is in colossal denial
Men grieve over the grave of a relative who was buried in a soccer field turned into a cemetery in Fallujah.  Killed during a month long siege of Falluja April, 2004
Photo: AFP/Marwan Naamani
Men grieve over the grave of a relative who was buried in a soccer field turned into a cemetery in Fallujah.
Killed during a month long siege of Falluja April, 2004
More than 800 people were killed
Distortion misstated conjecture in leadup to Iraq
bin Laden, John O'Neill, Pakistan, and 9/11
Inflated Terrorism
Body count in Iraq — John Chuckman: Banality, Bombast, And Blood
Is lying about the reason for a war an impeachable offense?
Low-level war a la 1984
More missing intelligence
This war is not working
Trailers
Trailers 2
We used to impeach liars
The images they choose, and choose to ignore
Radiation poisoning from looting
A man cries by the grave of a relative at a makeshift cemetery at a soccer field in Falluja, May 2, 2004.  The loved one was killed during the siege.

Photo: REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
A man cries by the grave of a relative at a makeshift cemetery at a soccer field in Falluja, May 2, 2004.
The loved one was killed during the siege.
More than 800 people were killed.
Just as in the senseless killing of Vietnam citizens forty years ago, US troops have withdrawn from Fallujha, gaining nothing, losing many US soldiers lives.
When the bombs hit home
WMD's for the taking
Ayatollah Mohammed Baqr al-Hakim calls for independence
Rough Justice
Disappearing Dinar
Tell kids!
Bush Budget
Scoop Captions The Mother Of All Photo Opportunities
Syria Harboring More Than 15 Million Known Arabs
We are at war!    We are at war!
Two children walk on the rubble of destroyed houses in a street of Fallujah's al-Shuhada neighborhood.  The homes were destroyed by the shelling of Falluja April, 2004
Photo: AFP/Marwan Naamani
Two children walk on the rubble of destroyed houses in a street of Fallujah's al-Shuhada neighborhood.
The homes were destroyed by the shelling of Falluja April, 2004.
More than 800 people were killed
What's the going rate for selling out the United States Constitution?
US admits it underestimated Iraqi Shi'ites
Thank you America
Take out revenge
Iraq occupiers struggle to quell rising insurgency
A U.S. military hospital staff member holds the hand of an injured U.S. serviceman at Camp Falluja, Iraq May 2, 2004.

Photo: Adrees Latif/Reuters
A U.S. military hospital staff member holds the hand of an injured U.S. serviceman at Camp Falluja, Iraq May 2, 2004.
But it is upstairs on those wards that the suffering scream
South African support
Horrific Secrets Of Saddam's Police Headquarters
Countering a Wave of Hate
The other f word
My lovely Iraqi war bride
US tactics fuel Iraqi angerIraqui
Murdoch: Iraqis Will Welcome U.S. Troops
We must step up the bombing
We went to war just to boost the white male ego
Mildred McHugh of Pennington, N.J., right, and Nancy Lessen of Boston, Mass., left, embrace at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
on Saturday, May 1, 2004, in Washington.

Photo: Adrees Latif/Reuters
Mildred McHugh of Pennington, N.J., right, and Nancy Lessen of Boston, Mass., left, embrace at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on Saturday, May 1, 2004, in Washington.
Mildred McHugh compares the current war in Iraq to the Vietnam war.
Her neighbor was killed in Iraq, and her son is currently serving there in the Army.
The role of the media in the second gulf war
You're the 21st-century Romans
Peter Arnett explains firing
Key the car
Only a handful have gone public
Checkpoint Shootings: We're Sorry
Bring our lads home
Sometimes, the only way to spread peace is at the barrel of a gun
Larry Syverson holds a sign during a protest by military families against the war in Iraq

Photo: AP Photo/Evan Vucci
Larry Syverson holds a sign during a protest by military families against the war in Iraq on Saturday, May 1, 2004, in Washington.
Syverson's son Bryce is a member of the Army serving in Baghdad.
Bush
No regret on giving up the job
Bombs won't win us friends
Spin Doctors
Casualties of War -- First Truth, Then Conscience
911
Boycott Fever
A young man holds a hand grenade as he flashes the 'V' for victory sign in Fallujah.

Photo: AFP/Marwan Naamani
A young man holds a hand grenade as he flashes the 'V' for victory sign in Fallujah.
Mubarak says Iraq war to produce “100 new bin Ladens”
I said there weren't any advantages because biological weapons kill people
I refused to help Bush - Vaypayee
Boycott Fever - 2
Bush calls Vaypayee, seeks India's support for Iraq war.
Dead bodies are everywhere
We still hope to sway people
Rich nations fuel wars by selling weapons to_poor countries
Sabatage and jittery insanity
Why I Didn't March This Time
Michael Moore
Miles Solay
United Nations Security Council members wrangle over UN’s role in Iraq
Invaders Find No Easy Ride
Iraq baby killed - part of the mass killing by coalition occupation forces April, 2004

Photo: aljazeera.net
Iraq baby killed - part of mass killings by coalition occupation forces April 8, 2004
This is the reality of war.    We bomb.    They suffer
To Fox, fair and balanced doesn't describe Al Franken
Bill O’Reilly Threatens Physical Assault On and Ejects a 9/11 Family Member From His Show
Unspeakable grief and horror
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