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Over 6000 Coalition Deaths, What? Part 1

Over 6000 coalition force’s members have died in Iraq and Afghanistan, so far, in what appears to be unending wars, so far. The statistics published by CNN show that the number of service members killed each year is still on rise in Afghanistan. is reporting the human cost (civilian deaths) of these mostly useless wars:

Casualties in time and space. The seasonal rhythms and shifting battlefields of the war emerge in this view of the 8131 Afghan civilians killed or injured over the past 2 years, recorded in a military database called CIVCAS. (No data were available for the first 5 months of 2010 in the Southwest region.)” is reporting this:

“Putting the amount of innocent victims into perspective…

This also means by invading Iraq and being unable to guarantee civil stability (a responsibility enforced by the Fourth Geneva Convention), the US has directly or indirectly killed more Iraqi civilians than Saddam ever did (989,788 versus about 600,000).” has published this article:

“The world economy is integrated as never before in a single system of production, and yet this has only exacerbated the conflicts between nation-states and heightened the danger of war. Bush’s “wars of the Twenty-First Century” began with the US invasion of Afghanistan in October 2001, now the longest military engagement in the country’s history. This was followed by the invasion of Iraq in March 2003. Now the US and Europe have launched another military intervention in Libya, two months after the beginning of revolutionary uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East.

Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis and Afghans have been killed by US aggression, and millions more turned into refugees. About 7,000 US and other foreign occupation troops have lost their lives. All over the world, atrocities carried out by the American military against civilians have become routine, while the US openly upholds the right to assassinate its perceived opponents—including US citizens.

The movement against war must be rebuilt, but it must be based on a new political program and perspective. The official anti-war organizations in the US have worked over the past decade to channel popular opposition to war behind the Democratic Party. This culminated in the election of Obama, who has expanded war in Afghanistan and Pakistan and is organizing the new act of aggression against Libya.”

And is reporting:

“More than 250 civilians working under U.S. contracts died in the war zones between January and June 2010, according to a Pro Publica analysis of the most recent data available from the U.S. Department of Labor, which tracks contractor deaths. In the same period, 235 soldiers died, according to Pentagon figures.”

We attacked Afghanistan in retaliation to 9/11 attacks. Because, the Taliban government of Afghanistan was harboring Al-Qaeda, including Osama-Bin-Laden and was refusing to stop protecting and supporting these U.S. enemies and terrorists. So, apparently, we were left with no choice, except, to attack Afghanistan, in order to stop and capture Al-Qaeda and Taliban and prevent such attacks on our country, in future. Fair enough. Accepted.

Then in 2003 we attacked Iraq. First the hoax and extremely deceptive propaganda by Bush administration was that Iraq has Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs). No WMDs were found in Iraq, as concluded in a CIA report published on MSNBC.comWASHINGTON — In his final word, the CIA’s top weapons inspector in Iraq said Monday that the hunt for weapons of mass destruction has “gone as far as feasible” and has found nothing, closing an investigation into the purported programs of Saddam Hussein that were used to justify the 2003 invasion.

“After more than 18 months, the WMD investigation and debriefing of the WMD-related detainees has been exhausted,” wrote Charles Duelfer, head of the Iraq Survey Group, in an addendum to the final report he issued last fall.

“As matters now stand, the WMD investigation has gone as far as feasible.”

In 92 pages posted online Monday evening, Duelfer provides a final look at an investigation that occupied over 1,000 military and civilian translators, weapons specialists and other experts at its peak.

On Monday, Duelfer said there is no purpose in keeping many of the detainees who are in custody because of their knowledge on Iraq’s weapons, although he did not provide any details about the current number.

Warnings about Saddam’s experts
The survey group also provided warnings.

The addenda conclude that Saddam’s programs created a pool of experts now available to develop and produce weapons and many will be seeking work.

“Because a single individual can advance certain WMD activities, it remains an important concern,” one addendum said.

Another addendum also noted that military forces in Iraq may continue to find small numbers of degraded chemical weapons — most likely misplaced or improperly destroyed before the 1991 Gulf War.

And still another said the survey group found some potential nuclear-related equipment was “missing from heavily damaged and looted sites.”

“Some of it probably has been sold for its scrap value.

Small team still in place
Leaving the door to the investigation open just a crack, the U.S. official said a small team still operates under the U.S.-led multinational force in Iraq, although the survey group officially disbanded earlier this month.

In a statement accompanying the final installment, Duelfer said a surprise discovery would most likely be in the biological weapons area because clues, such as the size of the facilities used to develop them, would be comparatively small.

Among unanswered questions, Duelfer said a group formed to investigate whether WMD-related material was shipped out of Iraq before the invasion wasn’t able to reach firm conclusions because the security situation limited and later halted their work.

The Iraq Survey Group believes “it was unlikely that an official transfer of WMD material from Iraq to Syria took place.”

Then it was said that Saddam had links with Al-Qaeda. This did sound extremely idiotic, right from the beginning and obviously the cat was trying to catch her tail after finding no WMDs there. The reason I consider it an extremely stupid argument to begin with, is because, Saddam was secular and Al-Qaeda hates secular rulers and governments. They are working and fighting for a world wide Sharia rule and government. As a matter of fact Saddam had a long history of conflicts with various religious groups, some of which gained lots of power after he was thrown away by U.S. forces, and further complicated the Iraq issue, as expected by many experts and sane people.

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Born in 1964, business owner, from Woodbridge, VA, owns ExcitingAds! Inc. ( and blog ( He was born in Mirpurkhas, Sind, Pakistan. His elementary school was ST. Michael's Convent High School, Mirpurkhas, Sind, Pakistan. Graduated high school from ST. Bonaventure's Convent High School, Hyderabad, Sind, Pakistan. His pre-med college was S. A. L. Govt. College, Mirpurkas, Sind, Pakistan. Graduated from Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences, Jamshoro, Sind, Pakistan in 1990. Earned equivalency certification from Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates, Philadelphia, PA in 1994.

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