Alive In Baghdad Arrested in Ramadi - Qasem’s nephew needs help

Arrested in Ramadi - Qasem’s nephew needs help - 09.22.2006
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sd - 09/23/2006 08:05:14

You folks really need to rid yourselves of this revenge tactic. It doesn’t appear to be working for you.

My guess is that an IED was found or used nearby that was phone triggered and your nephew was seen riding away from the site–hopefully unaware, or maybe he was helping someone else ‘take revenge’. You certainly make it sound as though the activity of taking revenge is well within the realm of possibility for just about anyone, including you.


Mariana - 09/23/2006 13:40:41

Qasem, I think that you should try to keep your pacific soul. If you start taking revenge, it will be worse for your nephew, you and your family.


bb - 09/23/2006 16:09:21

If the people you loved were in a foreign country trying to help them rebuild for a better future and were getting BLOWN UP EVERYDAY then you would understand why your nephew was arrested for carrying a cell phone!!!! They are used to detonate IED’S Whe will you Iraqi’s ever realize that America is trying to help you!!!!! It is costing us lots of money and lives to help your country, don’t you want freedom and a better future? Don’t let terrorists take over your country, we won’t be around forever to save you from being killed and tortured by them.


lara - 09/23/2006 23:23:58

it is not fair when some body saying that US gave freedom or trying to help Iraqis, the fatc in Iraq now….full with dead bodies instreets and American soldiers who want go home without blood….Iraqis lost every thing because the Amirican freedom war….what is the good change that Amirca made for Iraqis ,and what is the bad change for their life after the war ……
Qasem Dairy show us part of Iraqis live ….and news also showing us the daily death by many reasons ……kidds ,women and men …all of them dying ….if some body beleive that crimes made by terrorists he should beleive that US lost in Iraq and have to get out ,let Iraqis manage their problems….we let them down every day ….

Qasem dont give up peace ….it is hard to heard this from U now….I hope soon U can understand that peace is strongest tool for living happy …U need friend who teach U facts about peace….U cant give up now…U shouldnot….ur family need ur peaceful way


Deimos - 09/24/2006 09:26:15

Don’t listen to ignorant people like bb and sd.


jarvenpa - 09/24/2006 21:48:36

I can’t judge you…how hard to have your young nephew away and under what conditions. I pray for his safe release.
But I do not think revenge is the way; it leads to endless cycles of destruction. (Now, if I could only get my government to believe this!)


qasem - 09/25/2006 09:44:40

thanks friends
I realy respect all ur comments,it is came at the time that I feel ignorance by some people that I knew before .I were peace activist ,and I hope that I can keep my activities for peace …I need ur support …I do not know the world enough but I know Ramadi people …..they deserve good peacefull life just like other humanbeings…..
till now ( 09 / 25 / 2006 ) my nephew still in the soldiers hands and it is not sure if he ok or not……I am warry about him …..for me ,his generation represent the future ….now this future taking his share of this war.
he should be ready for his exams and school …his hope is being Engineer …..may be now he changed his minde ….and lost his hope….may be now he full with hate and anger …and more his mind area going to think about revange

thanks Mariana
thanks lara
thanks jervepa
thanks bb , sd
thanks Deimos


Dahlia Wasfi - 09/25/2006 12:16:38

American “help” in Iraq includes 13+ years of genocidal sanctions, the illegal use of napalm, depleted uranium, white phosphorus, and cluster bombs, and rape and torture at Abu Ghraib and other U.S. prisons that continue to this day. Iraqis have had just about all the “help” they can take from the U.S. For those who think the U.S. is helping in Iraq, I would encourage a visit to this devastated land rich with human history, and oh yes, rich with oil. The crimes in Iraq are the supreme crimes against humanity as described by the U.N. Charter. It is long past time for the American people to wake up and stop sending the poor of our nation to kill and be killed by the poor of Iraq for the sake of corporate profit.


janinsanfran - 09/27/2006 00:45:47

On behalf of the ignorant US majority that was taken to war by arrogant rulers and that has now figured out we’ve been fooled, all I can say is: qasem, I’m sorry. I have more power than you to end this madness — but not enough power, yet. Maybe one day the peaceful Americans will retake our country.


April Hurley, MD - 10/04/2006 05:20:55

Qasem,
I’m sorry. I’m afraid that we true Constitution defenders here in the USA are trying but so far unable to activate enough citizens to remove the yoke of this militaristic, fascist Regime in Washington; very likely these next elections will be stolen as well. We are trusting that our troops will soon realize they’ve been duped, find their humanity, their heroism, and stop following orders. Many of us see a new phase with mutinies coming to Iraq; that was how US hostilities in Vietnam ended - more and more platoons refusing to fight, pilots refusing to fire, sailors refusing to embark! When the troops identify with an open, united, bravely defiant and patriotic Iraqi resistance shouting with a single voice: GET OUT, GO HOME TO YOUR FAMILY, WE ARE ONE AGAINST YOU OCCUPIERS!, then they themselves will feel empowered to resist. (Try also REMEMBER KATRINA! or SI SE PUEDE!) The Bush neocons know from previous empires: only nations divided and infighting can be subjugated. Why do you think US special ops trained assasinations squads and set the explosives that destroyed the Golden Mosque in Samarra? Because Iraq solidarity was strengthening!
Hold on, don’t give up Qasem. Do what your heart tells you is best to achieve the above. Generally, violence is not the most effective way. But no one here can really experience your dilemma, your hell on earth.
My love and hope for you, Wisam, your family and Iraq.


Mariana Perez - 10/04/2006 13:27:56

Hello Qasem, I hope your nephew and the other boy, Haitham be released soon. My heart is with you, your family and the Iraqi people. Don’t give up Qasem!!! Some of your friends (me included) are spreading the word. Take care, Mariana.


hope - 11/19/2006 03:55:41

I AM SO SORRY TO YOU AND THE PEOPLE OF IRAQ FOR MY COUNTRY”S SINS AGAINST YOU.PLEASE TELL YOUR PEOPLE THAT NOT ALL AMERICANS AGREE WITH GEORGE BUSH,WE DONT WANT OUR PEOPLE GETTING KILLED OR YOURS IN THE NAME OF OIL,BECAUSE HONESTLY THATS WHAT WE FEEL THIS WAR IS ABOUT!!!! I”DE RATHER FREEZE THAN TO HAVE ANYONE LOOSE THIER LIFE.I PRAY FOR YOUR NEPHEW AND ALL HUMAN LIFE INVOLVED IN THIS WAR.
PEACE BE WITH YOU
SINCERLEY
HOPE M. BROWN
NEW JERSEY,USA


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