Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Iraq burning

"In 2003 and after the regime fall we thought that the country is going to be a model for democracy and freedom for the Middle East however after more than 3 years Iraq is now burning and heading for a sectarian war.

We know that the Wahabi group of Al-Zarqawi threatened to create a civil war but not enough have been made to prevent and stop these groups which are funded and supported by the Arab Gulf states.

For the last few days hundred of Shiite families were expelled from their homes by Sunni pro-wahabi militia in Tarmyiah and Aboghareb which is extended into many areas today. Some of these families have been located in schools or with relatives in very in-humane situations and cold weather.

By the minutes we are writing this, tens of Shiite families in Al-nahrawan area calling the government to rescue them as they are surrounded by Sunni Wahabi terrorists and threatned to kill them. This is going on now until this moment."
Poor sam I wish there was something I could do to fix it all, but what can we do. The terrorist are winning in Iraq, they have the upper hand, the high ground. But unfortunately that's poison in the eyes of many and they would just rather look the other way, or of all thing blame the Iraqi's themselves. To tell the truth I'm at my whit's end, I have no idea how to make people hear you sam, all I can do is post your words and hope someone out there is listening with eyes open.


Blogger The Man Who Sold the World said...

I hear you brother, hold on to your hope, as long as there are more than one of us, good will prevail.

11:00 PM  
Blogger madtom said...

Thanks, and welcome to the blog.

9:10 AM  

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