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June 14, 2007

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You can use it to look up your representatives if you don't already have their numbers handy. Please consider sending it, too, to committe chairs, such as Representative Tom Lantos, Chair http://www.batteryfast.co.uk of the House Foreign Relations Committee, who has a special interest in Human Rights and to the members of the Armed Services Committee.

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Three phrases should be among the most common in our daily usage. They are: Thank you, I am grateful and I appreciate.

Chat

I’d be interested in an updated GoogleAnalytics chart (may be two with about six weeks coverage), just to see if the effect did wear off after a while and also, did others link to your new name with the same link-text (allinurl:…). I hope you will publish a follow up.

Randi

Dulaimy, thank you and your friends for continuing to tell us the truth about what's happening. I cannot imagine the horrors of living in your city, the city of cemeteries. Daily, there are more of us who read thesee blogs, more of us joining together to push for changes in US policy which will support human dignity, safety and joy. Best to you.

maile

dulaimy i am sorry for your agony and the agony of your country. the mclatchey/knight ridder newspaper chain in the united states were the only ones from the beginning to question this war. you should be proud to be associated with them.

Laura

Look at this (McClatchy news, 6/17):

At least 4 civilians were killed and 10 were wounded in a suicide bombing. The incident happened afternoon in Jbil district south Falluja when a suicide wearing a vest bomb detonated among the civilians who had gathered to renew their Falluja residency badges.

Cindy

I sit here and cry reading what the Iraqi people are having to endure. My son is a soldier. We really did only have the best interests of Iraqis in mind when we supported Bush in doing this. We thought we could help you break free of Saddam and build your own free country. I'm sorry that it has turned out to be so much more complicated than that. I wish I knew what we could do to help. I'm glad I am becoming more educated on what is going on in Iraq. Thank you for that.

Denise

My heart breaks as I read your plea for help. I have passed this to my friends and family and I will post it to everyone who can make a difference.

God bless you and keep you strong through your struggle know that many Americans are on your side and we as citizens are doing what we can to help.

Captain America

I love my country, but I hate my government.

Why doesn't it make the ones who supported this mess sick with grief? It certainly does the rest of us, tough guy American soldiers included!

Rogue

I will post this letter in my own blog right now, and it will be sent to my Senators and Representatives straightaway.
This war is horrible. It needs to stop.

Rebecca del Rio

I am outraged by the treatment of innocents trapped in the madness of this war. Not only will I contact those who represent me in the U.S. government, but I will alert my friends in Europe and Latin America to your situation. Perhaps pressure from the international community will lend some weight to the struggle to restore dignity and civility to the situation in Fallujah.
My prayers are with you,
Rebecca

ljm

Your message is getting around on the internet. I've had responses on blogs I posted it. You may not get all you've asked for here, but if we're lucky, something positive will come from your plea.

ljm

I sent the link to this blog to my congressman and senator. I also signed the letter to both my senators posted by the IRC for Iraqi refugees. You can find it under the Iraq refugee section and click take action. I also made a donation to the UNHCR to help Iraq refugees. You can designate on their website.

http://www.theirc.org/

I'll post the link to this blog for you Dulaimy on the blogs I frequent and see if I can get more people to write letters.

Nobody expects people in Fallujah to demonstrate in 130 degree heat in the middle of that crazy civil war going on with AQ in Fallujah.

Much has been in the news about the Sunni groups fighting AQ and in cooperation with the Marines. I think people understand the situation pretty well. Take care of yourself, my friend.

Laura

Dear friends: Below is a link that will take you to a website with the names, emails, phone numbers and fax numbers of U.S. Congress members.

You can use it to look up your representatives if you don't already have their numbers handy. Please consider sending it, too, to committe chairs, such as Representative Tom Lantos, Chair of the House Foreign Relations Committee, who has a special interest in Human Rights and to the members of the Armed Services Committee.

I've sent this on to my reps. Who's next? (leave a post!)


http://www.visi.com/juan/congress/

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