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 Post subject: More Than 34,000 Civilians Killed In Iraq in 2006
PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2007 10:34 am 
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More than 34,000 civilians killed in Iraq in 2006

German Press Agency
Tuesday January 16, 2007

Geneva- Latest figures from the UN in Iraq show a total of 34,452 civilians were killed in the country last year and 36,685 wounded as a result of sectarian violence and unrest. In its latest update Tuesday, the UN Assistance Mission in Iraq, UNAMI published figures for November and December which showed 6,376 civilians were killed and 6,875 were wounded.



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So that's only the sectarian violence and doesn't include the # of Iraqi's civilians killed by Coalition forces and their actions as well? This figure would go up considerably if it were known.

I guess the Bush admin. Got what they wanted in Iraq- A ready made excuse that just needed a stick to prod it. Get ready for the next Pearl Harbour/911 as the resistance to the military buildup continues at home.

Who's going to be the target this time- which city- hmmm, so many they can choose? Okla. City? Nah been done before? New trade center? Nah it's more functional and updated after we got rid of those two white elephants- no make that 7. We certainly "Pulled It" over their eyes.

How far behind can martial law be if the president is getting the squeezeplay towards impeachment. This blood is on him thicker than all the crude he could desire. PROVES THERE'S NOTHING CIVIL ABOUT WAR!

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