We’re Worried About More Pictures? For The Love of God, Wake Up
February 1, 2002. Karachi, Pakistan. In front of a camera, an American journalist named Daniel Pearl was beheaded by terrorists. The video was widely circulated. It can be found on the internet doing a casual Google search.
February 18, 2003: Approximately 100,000 U.S. troops are assembled in Kuwait in preparation for the invasion of Iraq, an action based on lies propagated by the Bush administration. Since that date, video and still photos of dead Iraqi citizens, many of them children, have appeared on new reports and in magazines and newspapers across the globe. Violent, bloody images of dead Muslim children, killed by an illegal war brought to their country by our own.
In Kentucky, an American soldier named Steven Dale Green was found guilty yesterday of raping and killing a 14 year old girl named Abeer Qassim al-Janabi, and then murdering her younger sister and her parents. This happened while Green was on duty in Iraq. This news has also been widely disseminated.
Now, Obama is reconsidering the release of other photographs from Abu Ghraib because some generals have advised him that this will jeopardize our soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan and possibly make them victims of torture and murder??
I’ve got news for the president and these generals: THE TERRORISTS ALREADY HAVE ENOUGH REASONS TO HATE US AND TARGET OUR SOLDIERS, YOU STUPID IDIOTS!