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A new policy needed for Iraq - By Dennis Halliday - short opinion piece from the Boston Globe.
Actions & Statements by Groups Opposing the Sanctions on Iraq - Many press releases and news items. - Dedicated to raising awareness about Iraq above and voicing the plight of the Iraqi people that are suffering a slow holocaust.
Albright: Death of 500,000 children "worth it" - Yes, the now US Secretary of State really did say this. We have the video clip to prove it. What does it say about the U.S. Government when someone who utters a remark worthy of Eichmann is named to shape U.S. foreign policy? What does it say about the American media (normally so dependent on soundbites) when one of the most damning remarks of the decade is ignored?
Anti-war organizer knocks down govt lies - 5 most repeated lies about US Iraq policy, and how to respond to them.
Banned by the Sanctions - List of banned items including books, candles, chalk, children's clothes, dolls, dresses, fabrics, ink, kettles, medical journals, matches, paints, paper, pens, pots, thermometers, toys, and 100s more.
Banning Child Sacrifice - A Difficult Choice? - By Kathy Kelly. "Repeatedly, the US media describes Iraq's plight as 'hardship.' Video footage and still photographs show professors selling their valuable books. Teenage students hawking jewelry in the market are interviewed about why they aren't in school. These are sad stories, but they distract us from the major crisis in Iraq today, the story still shrouded in secrecy. This is the story of extreme cruelty, a story of medicines being withheld from dying children. It is a story of child abuse, of child sacrifice, and it merits day to day coverage."
Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq (CASI) - A UK campaign to lift the U.N. sanctions against Iraq, run by students at Cambridge University. Unicef estimates an additional half million Iraqi children under five years old to have died under the sanctions.
Campaign of Conscience - The Campaign of Conscience is a faith-based nationwide campaign to awaken the soul of the American people, by demanding the lifting of the non-military sanctions against the people of Iraq.
Further Information
IPA: Autopsy of a disaster: The US sanctions policy on Iraq - From the Institute for Public Accuracy. A timeline of the Iraq crisis, from Aug 1990 to Nov 1998. Briefer version also available.
Impact of the Sanctions War on Iraq - A huge quantity of facts and articles about children, mortality, health care, the environment, the economy and education in Iraq.
International War Crimes Tribunal: US War Crimes against Iraq - Includes use of outlawed weapons; intentionally bombing schools, hospitals, mosques and churches; killing after a cease-fire; and starvation of citizens.
Iraq Action Coalition - Campaigns against both the sanctions, and bombing of Iraq.
Iraq Resource Information Site (IRIS) - Iraqi History, culture, people, archeology, music, and oppression (Iran Iraq and Persian Gulf Wars and Sanctions embargo) along with video, audio, and photos.
Iraq Water Project of Veterans for Peace - A national project to educate the American public about the effects of economic sanctions against Iraq's civilian population. Info on general effects, as well as maps and info on disabled water treatment plants.
Iraq's children - paying the price with their lives - Albright says it's 'worth it' - TO reflect on seven years of visits to Iraq since the Gulf War is to reflect on decline from the impossible to the apocalyptic. When Martti Ahtisaari, then special raporteur to the United Nations visited the country just after the Gulf War, he wrote that: "Nothing we had seen or read could have prepared us for this particular devastation, a country reduced to a pre-industrial age for a considerable time to come."
Iraq: Sanctions - The Silent Weapon - Sanctions are a weapon of mass destruction. From 1990, when sanctions were imposed on Iraq until 1995, half a million children under the age of five died of malnutrition and preventable diseases. Sanctions impose artificial famine. A third of Iraq's surviving children today have stunted growth and nutritional deficiencies that will deform their shortened lives.
Iraqi children - Johanna Berrigan, a Catholic Worker lay person out of Philadelphia, is used to working with poor people, but she wasn't prepared for a "death row for infants" that she found in Baghdad hospitals.
Life & Death in Iraq - Special Report from the Seattle Intelligencer.

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