Dedicated to raising awareness about Iraq above and voicing the plight of the Iraqi people.
Includes use of outlawed weapons; intentionally bombing schools, hospitals, mosques and churches; killing after a cease-fire; and starvation of citizens.
Special Report from the Seattle Intelligencer on the people in Iraq and their hardships, impact of the sanctions, a historical perspective, and photos.
Iraq medical staff must decide who will live and who will die because sanctions prevent ordinary medical supplies from reaching the war torn country. AP article in the Hartford Courant.
Detailed collection of information and news relating to Iraq. Includes multimedia gallery, message board, and events list.
A comprehensive site on the effects of the embargo and action people can take.
Details of the society campaigning to lift the U.N. sanctions against Iraq. Includes information about the sanctions, the society, and their activities.
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.
The Iraqis are the latest in a long series of peoples dehumanised and destroyed by "Western civilisation", writes Edward Said.
Campaigns against both the sanctions, and bombing of Iraq.