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    World News
7/21/03 - 7/27/03

Sunday  7/27/03

topFla. Lynching Rumors Prompt Investigation  7/27/03 AP: "Belle Galde, FL -- Not long after the family of Feraris "Ray" Golden found his dead body dangling from a tree outside his grandmother's home, ugly suspicions began to surface. Police concluded Golden committed suicide, hanging himself with a work shirt as a noose. But relatives say that's impossible; they claim the 32-year-old, who was black, was found with his hands tied behind his back."

Iraq attacks kill five US troops  7/27/03 BBC 

Blood Thirsty US Forces Kill More Iraqi Civilians In Foiled Saddam Operation  7/27/03 Jihad Unspun: "Eyewitnesses have reported that in central Baghdad Sunday, US forces carried out a bloody operation in their quest for Saddam Hussein that left five civilians dead and at least others wounded. The operation, carried out by Task Force 20, a special unit the Americans have set up to hunt Saddam Hussein and his key aids, began when troops fired on passengers in two cars as they drove near a villa in the Mansour district of Baghdad which they say they believed were sheltering Saddam Hussein. The villa, owned by an influential Chieftain of over 100 tribes Rabeeah Amin, known as Prince Rabeeah, was subsequently stormed and left in a shambles."

Unrest in Iraq Holy City, Anti-U.S. Attacks Go On  7/27/03 Reuters 

Dean's anti-war stance galvanises Democrats  7/27/03 Scotsman 

Bush faces domestic revolt over Patriot Act ‘sneaks’  7/27/03 Sunday Herald, UK 

Military Wife Rebuked for E-Mail  7/27/03 Washington Post 

Saturday  7/26/03

topHeadlines Over the Horizon  7/26/03 Atlantic: "Analysts at the RAND Corporation lay out ten international-security developments that aren't getting the attention they deserve."

Thursday  7/24/03

topIraqi resistance takes on a new face  7/24/03 Asia Times 

The Ugly Truth of Camp Cropper - A Torture Story to Shame Us All - By ROBERT FISK  7/24/03 Counterpunch 

Uday gangs take revenge  7/24/03 London Evening Standard 

Wednesday  7/23/03

topIn the Spirit of Leonard Peltier  7/23/03 Alternet 

"Recall on the Ballot. Massive Voter Fraud Next?"  7/23/03 ChronWatch 

Ashcroft Rebuked - Lynne Stewart's Big Win  7/23/03 Counterpunch 

Killing Qusay and Uday - The Sons are Dead, But Resistance Will Grow - By ROBERT FISK  7/23/03 Counterpunch: "If he and his sons are dead, the chances are that the opposition to the American-led occupation will grow rather than diminish--on the grounds that with Saddam gone, Iraqis will have nothing to lose by fighting the Americans."

Red Cross worker shot dead in Iraq  7/23/03 Herald Sun 

Iraqis claim tortured by U.S. forces  7/23/03 Reuters 

Poll shows many Germans see U.S. behind Sept 11  7/23/03 Reuters: "Almost one in three Germans below the age of 30 believes the U.S. government may have sponsored the September 11, 2001, attacks on New York and Washington, according to a poll published on Wednesday."

Early recall election sounds like doomsday to officials  7/23/03 SF Chronicle 

Davis Recall On The Ballot, Next Up: Massive Vote Fraud?  7/23/03 Too Good Reports: "Those who wish to remove Davis should remember that there is no ID requirement at Californian's voting places. None. Anyone can vote, no questions asked. I've been told, off the record, that Democrat operatives dispatch SUVs around the state's 58 counties (and hundreds of polling places) and deliver illegal immigrants to "receptive" locations to vote any way they're told. There is a legal prohibition against asking an illegal if they can prove their legal status. Only the INS can do that. And in the long-shot that there is any suspect behavior, the fraudulent voter can request a provisional ballot (he/she can say their registration is "in process")."

Iraq: 2 US Soldiers Die in Separate Attacks  7/23/03 VOA 

Tuesday  7/22/03

topFuror over British expert's death  7/22/03 CS Monitor 

U.S. soldier shot in daylight attack - Brazen ambush kills 1 American, wounds another  7/22/03 MS NBC 

Who's Unpatriotic Now?  7/22/03 NYT 

Monday  7/21/03

topUS troops at airport north of Baghdad come under sustained mortar fire  7/21/03 AFP: "US troops stationed at Ibn Firnas airport, north of Baghdad, came under a five-hour mortar attack overnight from a group of unidentified assailants, witnesses said Monday. The troops exchanged fire during the 10 pm to 3 am (1800 to 2300 GMT Sunday) attack with the help of tracer bullets, witness Ziad Ali Mohammed told AFP, adding that there were no victims in the overnight clashes."

Images of 8 Forged Nigerien Uranium Docs  7/21/03 Cryptome 

In Colombia, Peace Talks With Paramilitaries Don't Quell Fear  7/21/03 LA Times 

Columnist Names CIA Iraq Operative  7/21/03 Newsday: "Wilson, while refusing to confirm his wife's employment, said the release to the press of her relationship to him and even her maiden name was an attempt to intimidate others like him from talking about Bush administration intelligence failures. "It's a shot across the bow to these people, that if you talk we'll take your family and drag them through the mud as well," he said in an interview."


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Estimates of the total number of Muslims range from 0.7 to 1.2 billion worldwide and 3 to 6 million in the U.S. About 20% of all people on earth follow Islam. The religion is in a period of rapid growth.

Christianity is currently the largest religion in the world. It is followed by about 33% of all people -- a percentage that has remaind stable for decades. It is expected that, if current trends continue, Islam will become the most popular religion sometime in the mid-21st century.


Death from America

Iraq news: Soaring death rates among Iraqi children, 1999 BBC, UNICEF 500,000 child deaths

Ramsey Clark: Report to UN Security Council re: Iraq, 1/26/2000
1.5 million deaths

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