Not Saussure

November 4, 2006

Baghdad Burning — Riverbend on the Lancet Report

Filed under: Iraq — notsaussure @ 12:33 am

After about two months’ absence, the Iraqi blogger Riverbend is back at Baghdad Burning, talking about The Lancet report

The chaos and lack of proper facilities is resulting in people being buried without a trip to the morgue or the hospital. During American military attacks on cities like Samarra and Fallujah, victims were buried in their gardens or in mass graves in football fields. Or has that been forgotten already?

We literally do not know a single Iraqi family that has not seen the violent death of a first or second-degree relative these last three years. Abductions, militias, sectarian violence, revenge killings, assassinations, car-bombs, suicide bombers, American military strikes, Iraqi military raids, death squads, extremists, armed robberies, executions, detentions, secret prisons, torture, mysterious weapons – with so many different ways to die, is the number so far fetched?

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1 Comment »

  1. jMa4zc http://vipperson.110mb.com/
    glad to meet

    Comment by znakomstva — April 30, 2010 @ 11:12 am


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