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The war is still waging in Iraq, and peace should be. 5/09/2008

Basic standards of education and care.  Funded for by acievement  of boundaries, safety,population management, added value in security, and good will.

I still believe Iraq is on the brink of peace with hard work.  Religous powers need to be checked to human rights.  The killing of innocent women for dressing like westerners will not bring peace.  Humans have rights to food, shelter, free will, boundaries, and happiness.  Iraq needs to pay for the war with future revenue.  Continuing to use radioactive fuel in the region is better spent conserving energy than waging war.  The United States, and Russia Military should be able to have some input into the flow, and construction of any nuclear facility.  Who would of guessed the Sunnis could be part of the peace.  We are a few religous blocks short of a full call for peace.  Make it ever lasting by promoting education, sustainability, consideration for good will, and careful communication.

(2/20/2008)

Iraq needs peace, and hope. Top stock blog calls Peace beginning Thursday February 21, 2008.  The war is long and drawn out with everyone suffering from its causes. We need a final push to end the war.  A moment to catch our breath and realize we can find permanent peace through careful planning. War is not the way.  The population of the world needs to be reduced over time through planning.  Woman and Men alike must be treated with respect.  Basic standards of care and human rights can be achieved.  No money shall be given free. We need to add value and achieved stated benefits for the good of the world.  The world can ask hard questions during peace.  The cease fire with cleric Muqtada al-Sadr must be moved forward to permanent peace.  Humans can fight till end as would any person forced to.  I commit myself to peace and not using weapons.  Those who have engaged in the fight or are considering joining the fight need to commit themselves to peace.  America has crossed a boundary again into war on foreign soil.  As an American I am stepping up and saying no more wars. I am very sorry for the war.  I was against the war in the beginning.  Appologizes are helpful.   The power of the people can manage its demands fairly through careful planning.  Education is something that is low on consumption and high value of return for investment dollars. Educated people can learn about shared benefits in the future.  Words of peace.  We need to understand we should look at the suffering of others with concern. equally We can forgive and find peace, planning, and understanding. I ask all of the worlds’ people to communicate for peace.  We need to talk frequently and friendly.  People can communicate to fill needs.  We can make decisions that help others and benefit from the mutual common interests including peace.  People can make good decisions.   Use your religious ties to reach out to religious contacts, and forge new religious contacts to bring an end to this war imediatlely.  Ask religious leaders to reach out for a permanent peace, and understanding of each other.   Most people involved in the conflict believe it is gods will that brings the war.   So, it must be gods will for the war to stop. I have included excerpts from blogs I found showing the hell that Iraq has suffered through as a direct consequence of the war.****  the following is content  I found on the internet****

http://afamilyinbaghdad.blogspot.com/The Iraqis are angry, asking- where is the money of the Iraqi oil? Why aren’t the expanses of treating the Iraqi families here be covered by a special fund financed by the Iraqi oil sales? Why wouldn’t the Iraqi families be given food rations covered by a special fund financed by the Iraqi oil sales?
By God I don’t know what to say; where is the Iraqi oil money going? To settle the depts of Saddam Hussein’s wars against Iran and Kuwait?
Is this the justice and wisdom of the International Community, led by President Bush and his administration? The Iraqis are dying of hunger, poverty, and illness inside Iraq and outside, while their oil money is being plundered to be put in banks, in the personal accounts of the thieves of the New Iraq, for the American oil companies, or other satiated, gorged investors?
It seems there is no longer any justice or mercy in this world, dominated by plunder, theft, and injustice. Who stands for the poor?
By God, I don’t know}
 {Then we went to Syria, and that was the first time I met with Iraqi families there…
The conditions of the Iraqis in Syria are indescribable…
The international organization’s work there is limited and restricted, compared to the wide space they have in Jordan, in spite of some families’ complaints because of the slowness and injustice of the given aid, but at least here there are some doors which the poor Iraqi family can knock upon in the hope that one of these doors might open to them…but in Syria, all doors are almost closed….
All my life I have never seen poverty like I saw among the Iraqis in Syria… widows or women who lost their sons because of criminal gangs and militias that entered Iraq after the occupation, and killed all Iraqis alike… whenever I met a woman who told her story while crying, I cried with her, at her situation, at the conditions of the sad Iraq, and at what happened to it; the destruction, the shredding. And when the women all gathered and we heard their stories with a member of the American delegation, I had my friend with me; Selma; a Turkish-American, a Muslim… I asked the women, with sorrow- but I had to ask the silly question: Are you Sunnies? Shia’ats?
It turned out they were a mixture of both sides…
This woman was a Sunnie; they threatened her and killed her son…and this is a Shia’at; threatened, and her husband was killed…
There is no difference; the Sunnies and the Shia’ats were displaced from Iraq to live side by side in exile, waiting for that who would pity them, give them a charity of food rations, a blanket, or a heater because winter is near, await some humanitarian organization to take care of their disabled children, or afflicted with cancer as a result of the depleted Uranium, with which the Iraqi environment is contaminated, since the Kuwait war in 1991, then the occupation war in 2003.
And…all is in God’s will…..
http://riverbendblog.blogspot.com/ Humanitarian organizations are warning that three Iraqi women are to be executed next month. The women are Wassan Talib, Zainab Fadhil and Liqa Omar Muhammad. They are being accused of ‘terrorism’, i.e. having ties to the Iraqi resistance. It could mean they are relatives of people suspected of being in the resistance. Or it could mean they were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. One of them gave birth in the prison. I wonder what kind of torture they’ve endured. Let no one say Iraqi women didn’t get at least SOME equality under the American occupation- we are now equally as likely to get executed. And yet, as the situation continues to deteriorate both for Iraqis inside and outside of Iraq, and for Americans inside Iraq, Americans in America are still debating on the state of the war and occupation- are they winning or losing? Is it better or worse. The Rape of Sabrine…It takes a lot to get the energy and resolution to blog lately. I guess it’s mainly because just thinking about the state of Iraq leaves me drained and depressed. But I had to write tonight.

As I write this, Oprah is on Channel 4 (one of the MBC channels we get on Nilesat), showing Americans how to get out of debt. Her guest speaker is telling a studio full of American women who seem to have over-shopped that they could probably do with fewer designer products. As they talk about increasing incomes and fortunes, Sabrine Al-Janabi, a young Iraqi woman, is on Al Jazeera telling how Iraqi security forces abducted her from her home and raped her. You can only see her eyes, her voice is hoarse and it keeps breaking as she speaks. In the end she tells the reporter that she can’t talk about it anymore and she covers her eyes with shame.

She might just be the bravest Iraqi woman ever. Everyone knows American forces and Iraqi security forces are raping women (and men), but this is possibly the first woman who publicly comes out and tells about it using her actual name. Hearing her tell her story physically makes my heart ache. Some people will call her a liar. Others (including pro-war Iraqis) will call her a prostitute- shame on you in advance.

I wonder what excuse they used when they took her. It’s most likely she’s one of the thousands of people they round up under the general headline of ‘terrorist suspect’. She might have been one of those subtitles you read on CNN or BBC or Arabiya, “13 insurgents captured by Iraqi security forces.” The men who raped her are those same security forces Bush and Condi are so proud of- you know- the ones the Americans trained. It’s a chapter right out of the book that documents American occupation in Iraq: the chapter that will tell the story of 14-year-old Abeer who was raped, killed and burned with her little sister and parents.  ( Bagdad Burning )// American Hostages…It was around the 10th or 11th of April, 2003. There had been no electricity in our area since the last days of March. The water was also cut off and most Iraqis still didn’t have generators. We spent the days- and nights- listening to American and British war planes, listening for the tanks as they invaded the city, and praying. We also tried desperately to follow the news.

The state-controlled Iraqi channels had, seemingly, ceased to exist. Transmission had been bad since the war began- sometimes, we’d be able to access the channel clearly, and at other times, it was only a fuzzy blur of faces and scratchy national anthems. The official Iraqi radio station was no better- sometimes it seemed like they were transmitting from Mars- it was so far away. When we did get it clearly, none of it made sense: Sahhaf, the Minister of Information, would say, “There are no tanks in Baghdad!” and yet, explosions and the carcasses of burnt up cars with families still inside, said otherwise.

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