US Slaughters 40 at Iraqi Wedding...

Discussion in 'America Attacks!' started by LaughinWillow, May 19, 2004.

  1. skip

    skip Founder Administrator

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    No, don't bother to look at how they looked when they were alive.

    Let's show the REALITY of how they met their end thanks to BUSHIT!

    YOU COULD BE NEXT! ENLIST NOW!
     
  2. mynameiskc

    mynameiskc way to go noogs!

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    yeah, i always considered that a painfully stupid idea, i mean, what goes up must come down, and sometimes it comes down into the head of a party-goer or neighbor.
     
  3. Changeyourlatitude

    Changeyourlatitude Banned

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    Yo Skip

    No, don't bother to look at how they looked when they were alive.

    Let's show the REALITY of how they met their end thanks to BUSHIT!

    YOU COULD BE NEXT! ENLIST NOW!


    War is cruelty and there no refining it! Guess Puff the Magic Dragon left a picture of the terrorist rest stop wedding that DNA was needed to match up with the guest list.

    Changeyourlatitude
     
  4. LaughinWillow

    LaughinWillow Member

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    BULLSHIT.

    http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/ap/20040524/ap_on_re_mi_ea/iraq_attack&cid=540&ncid=716
    AP: Video Shows Iraq Wedding Celebration

    RAMADI, Iraq - [size=-1]A videotape obtained Sunday by Associated Press Television News captures a wedding party that survivors say was later attacked by U.S. planes early Wednesday, killing up to 45 people. The dead included the cameraman, Yasser Shawkat Abdullah, hired to record the festivities, which ended Tuesday night before the planes struck. [/size]

    ...video that APTN shot a day after the attack shows fragments of musical instruments, pots and pans and brightly colored beddings used for celebrations, scattered around the bombed out tent.

    The wedding videotape shows a dozen white pickup trucks speeding through the desert escorting the bridal car — decorated with colorful ribbons. The bride wears a Western-style white bridal dress and veil

    An AP reporter and photographer, who interviewed more than a dozen survivors a day after the bombing, were able to identify many of them on the wedding party video — which runs for several hours.

    The singing and dancing seems to go on forever at the all-male tent set up in the garden of the host, Rikad Nayef, for the wedding of his son, Azhad, and the bride Rutbah Sabah. The men later move to the porch when darkness falls, apparently taking advantage of the cool night weather. Children, mainly boys, sit on their fathers' laps; men smoke an Arab water pipe, finger worry beads and chat with one another. It looks like a typical, gender-segregated tribal desert wedding.




    As expected, women are out of sight - but according to survivors, they danced to the music of Hussein al-Ali, a popular Baghdad wedding singer hired for the festivities. Al-Ali was buried in Baghdad on Thursday.



    Prominently displayed on the videotape was a stocky man with close-cropped hair playing an electric organ. Another tape, filmed a day later in Ramadi and obtained by APTN, showed the musician lying dead in a burial shroud — his face clearly visible and wearing the same tan shirt as he wore when he performed.

    As the musicians played, young men milled about, most dressed in traditional white robes. Young men swayed in tribal dances to the monotonous tones of traditional Arabic music. Two children — a boy and a girl — held hands, dancing and smiling. Women are rarely filmed at such occasions, and they appear only in distant glimpses.



    GEE - they sure went to a lot of trouble to FAKE this wedding - even hiring a well-known wedding singer and then making sure he was DEAD the next day! And singing and dancing in a traditional wedding - what a nice touch. Fucking bullshit.
     
  5. Changeyourlatitude

    Changeyourlatitude Banned

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    Dude who you goin to believe me or your eyes?

    You present a link, sorry I couldn't get it to load, which shows "a" wedding with a victim wearing the same shirt the night of the incident. You state another video shows remnants of decorations and instruments.

    How do you so easily link the thing you saw to the incident? I wear the same shirt more than once. How long do you think the Army took to enter the scene and acquire photos and descriptive information? Most importantly, how long do you think the Army secures an attack on terrorist scene once documented on a battlefield?

    Reasonable doubt says I win and your eyes were fooled by propaganda. The military report was filed before the story first broke! Maybe by an officer that will vote for Kerry.

    If the cameraman was killed do you not think the Army would have his camera or would they just leave it there for lack of interest since they claim it was a terrorist rest camp I would think they would have kept the camera, or NOT?

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  6. skip

    skip Founder Administrator

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    Changeyourlatitude, I'm gonna changeyourstatus to banned since you are acting like a troll. Just arguing for the sake of arguing and creating discord when it's OBVIOUS to everyone BUT YOU that your government is LYING.


    Here's more links (that work).

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/3741223.stm

    http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/iraq/2004-05-23-wedding-tape_x.htm

    http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/national/apmideast_story.asp?category=1107&slug=Iraq%20Wedding%20Attack

    Yes, I know Your government DOES NO WRONG. Your Military NEVER LIES. BUSH is the best president the US has ever had....

    GET FUCKING REAL, OR GET OFF THIS SITE.

    And to all visitors... DON'T FEE THE TROLLS! That's what the IGNORE option (under user profile) & Report A Post button are for.
     

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