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At the same time, the family of one of the abducted East Jerusalem residents has asked Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat to intervene, Channel Two reported Thursday. Palestinian sources told the Itim news agency that Arafat's office was closely monitoring developments in the case.
Originally posted by John bull 1
Baked I see you new title is NEURONAUT.
Are you sure it shouldn't be NEURO-NAUGHT!
Originally posted by watcheroftheskies
thats just great ...theres one thing i can truly appreciate is someone standing in judgement of who should be killed and who shouldnt and when it should be done and then certain news agencies can start bouncing back and forth between issues...youve just gotta love that philosophy ..really deep and intrisic and definitely deserving of my wats vote for the month
[Edited on 8-4-2004 by watcheroftheskies]
BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Seven South Korean missionaries abducted by Iraqi militants were freed Thursday, but five other foreign nationals remain hostages in the country, according to government and media sources.
The South Koreans were among at least a dozen foreigners kidnapped as fighting continued between coalition forces and Iraqi insurgents in several cities.
Originally posted by Cyrus
well said skadi,
the SAS can be trusted to come up with some cunning plans and save the day.
however, none of us have been inside these neo-hazardous locales? i mean...fallujah alone is a big snake-pit damnit, i doubt the coalition forces will over-come this one, Civil war IS on their doorsteps...
one hopes the brits pull out, and leave the americans to their own devices, dont u think ?
Originally posted by Skadi_the_Evil_Elf
Actually, Cyrus, I want to see the entire coalition pull out and leave the Iraqis to thier own devices. The US might pull out alot sooner than you think. People here are beginnign to think the Iraqis are simply too savage for Democracy or such western ideals. If riots and massive protests start breaking out like they did during Vietnam, well be leaving alot sooner.