This was really interesting, thanks for writing!
I was extremely shocked by the statistics given in this entry. I congratulate you all for your continued efforts to present information on the changing situation in Iraq.
This last video doesn’t seem to be coming through on the iTunes RSS feed.
I appreciate your personal investment providing a largely missing perspective of the war - the horrifying affects of certain tactics on local people. Will the victims families and neighbors love Americans or hate them? Will they believe we are a nation that respects human rights and the rule of law?
I wonder why this perspective has been under reported in the mainstream press - another story in itself. Freedom of the press we proclaim - is the press intimidated?
Thank you from me as well.
May God have mercy on us!
it always amazes me how the US military always go for the shock and awe… it’s not a war of attrition… it’s about winning hearts and minds … past lessons seems to me were and still are unheeded.
We Americans are supposed to believe that there is dignity and honor in what we are doing and have already done in Iraq/ but for me and my house, all we can do is ask God WHY???
May God have mercy on us, and may God give justice to Iraqis, and judgement to those responsible for this carnage.
I am not generally in favor of th US involvement but, I find it really strange that this man is so calm. I have many Arab friends who would be insanely emotional about this if it happened to them. So would I. Makes me wonder about this man’s motive. What is going on here? Now, because I ask a question, son’t eveyone go attacking me. I find that nowadays when I ask any questions that is not in line with a point of view I get railed. Stay calm and ask stuff yourself.