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Post subject: Isn't it interesting...
Posted: Tue May 04, 2004 8:36 am
Isn't is interesting that the Arab newspapers are horrified by the Iraqi prisoner treatment, but yawned at the news of Iraqi soldiers repeatedly gang-raping Jessica Lynch to the point that she is permanently disabled, of the Palestinians shooting to death a pregnant Israeli woman and her four children, and of a host of crimes committed daily by the former Saddam regieme and currently by other fellow Arab nations?
Remember that these prisoners were captured insurgents that are part of the band of hold-outs launching terrorist attacks on our troops and civilian workers, and against the Iraqi people that are glad to be rid of Saddam. These reported acts of "torture" are harldy worth mentioning compared to what the Muslim brothers do to the "Infidels." The cutting off of hands, cutting out of tongues, and mutilation of female genitalia still goes on in countries where Western democracy has not had oversight. You Libs that decry the Westernization of the world would be the first victims of the Muslim world cruelty if those guys had their way with you (the women especially).
BTW, keep your eyes on those soldiers that committed the acts of "torture," because if John Kerry is any example, they are perfect future candidates for president of the U.S. for the Democratic party. Remember, John F'ing Kerry admitted on the record that he took part in the illegal acts of cruelty against North Vietnamese villagers and troops. He, too, was just following orders.
Posted: Tue May 04, 2004 9:02 am