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More bodies dumped in Baghdad in May than in all of Iraq in April

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posted on May, 26 2007 @ 06:05 PM
This month seems to be the of the worst for the unidentified bodies found in Baghdad.

There have been 586 corpses found in Baghdad this month, surpassing the total of 585 for the entire country in April, according to data collected by the Iraqi Interior Ministry.
The toll of 586 includes 19 unidentified bodies found in different parts of Baghdad on Saturday.

Most of the bodies shows torture and shots, seems that the sectarian violence will dictate the fate of the population of the Iraqi nation.

posted on May, 26 2007 @ 10:48 PM
You know, this situation is not only breeding an entire generation of Anti American sentiment but also a huge wave of sectarian strife that will go on for many years to come.
It is sad to say but this entire generation of kids is ruined. Even if American Forces left today, right NOW, it'll take years and years for Iraq to regain some sense of normacly. Your current 10 year old will be the future insurgent, avenging a relatives death after being killed by a Shia or Sunni insurgent or by American Forces.
It is a sad, sad situation!

Heres one plan-
Get Americans out Now
get the utilities going, as soon as possible. water and sewage, electric. Give these people the basic necessities for a decent life. Giving them these things will not only help clean the cities up, people will be able to take care of their personal hygiene needs. All of this is necessary to boost their self esteem levels back up, it will give them back their pride, which is very important.
Show them that they are important and that they matter, pride is very important over there.
They will have no excuse after were gone..
Get them their basics, treat them with respect and this can turn around a lot quicker.

[edit on 5/26/2007 by Kr0n0s]

posted on May, 27 2007 @ 07:56 AM
I agree that at least one generation of Iraqis are ruined, no only the Iraqis that have more education and means has fled the country already, but the ones left behind are the victims and targets of their financial means.

No jobs, not hope and every time the US tries to put fix the infrastructure the insurgency blow it to pieces.

But the problems is that one of the reasons is an attack on anything that US tries to fix is because most of the work is done by foreigners brought in Iraq by Halliburton.

Let the Iraqis do their own reconstruction and let them get pay for their jobs.

But when in a nation when the people are unemployed and is violence everyday is nothing else for the population to do but to rebel themselves against the occupation that they see as to be responsible for their problems.

Iraq is going to be full of orphan children been raise to be the enemy of our nation by hate and resentment.

What a future.


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