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Imagine the fear of not knowing how your parents and little sister are doing back home Imagine the shock of finding out your little sister is dying because there were no medicines available for her treatment Imagine the sorrow you feel when you go back home and find your hometown in ruins and not anymore as beautiful modern and safe as it once used to be Well I experienced all of that and still wish that its only a bad nightmare Mrs Albright who was speaking about US foreign policy failed to mention Iraq in her speech About 5 months ago I saw her on TV in an interview with CNN The reporter who had just returned from Iraq was describing that a million children were dying died due to sanctions imposed on the people of Iraq He told her that is more children that have died in Hiroshima and Nagasaki Do you think its worth it Mrs Albright looked into the camera and replied Yes it is worth it Let me tell you more about Iraq because it only gets worse from this point onwards I believe there is a genocide happening in Iraq It is a second holocaust I have read of such bad things in history happening like the Word Wars and people dropping atomic bombs without even thinking of the ramifications 25 million people have died in Iraq so far but still sanctions continue For the last 10 years you wouldnt imagine the kinds of things that arent being let into the country heart machines lung machines needles infrastructural parts to build the economy Even for cancer patients sometimes only some of the medicine will be let in but not all Its very strategic what is let in and at what time because what it does is it prolongs life but doesnt save it Iraq which before the sanctions had the best medical services
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