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      --- Daljit <daljits1@...> wrote:

      > Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2007 06:05:53 +0530
      > From: Daljit <daljits1@...>
      > To: "B. S. Goraya" <kartarpursahib@...>
      > Subject: Quotes
      > CC: "KHOKHARKS@..." <KHOKHARKS@...>
      >
      > Another nation is made out to be utterly depraved
      > and fiendish, while
      > one's own nation stands for everything that is good
      > and noble. Every
      > action of the enemy is judged by one standard -
      > every action of
      > oneself by another. Even good deeds by the enemy are
      > considered a sign
      > of particular devilishness, meant to deceive us and
      > the world, while
      > our bad deeds are necessary and justified by our
      > noble goals, which
      > they serve.: Eric Fromm
      >
      > =
      > In the struggle of Good against Evil, it's always
      > the people who get
      > killed.: Eduardo Galeano
      >
      > =
      > "If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you
      > have chosen the
      > side of the oppressor.": Bishop Desmond Tutu -(1931-
      > ) Nobel Prize for
      > Peace 1984
      >
      > =
      > "It's not enough to have lived. We should be
      > determined to live for
      > something. May I suggest that it be creating joy for
      > others, sharing
      > what we have for the betterment of personkind,
      > bringing hope to the
      > lost and love to the lonely.": Leo Buscaglia, author
      > and university
      > professor (1924- 1998)
      >
      >
      >
      > NEWS YOU WON'T FIND ON CNN
      >
      >
      >
      > The Barbaric Lynching of President Saddam Hussein
      > Press Statement
      >
      > By Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad
      >
      > 01/01/07 "Global Research" -- -- On the Holy day of
      > Eid, the world
      > watched in horror at the barbaric lynching of
      > President Saddam Hussein
      > of Iraq, allegedly for crimes against humanity. This
      > public murder was
      > sanctioned by the War Criminals, President Bush and
      > Prime Minister
      > Blair.
      >
      > This sadistic act broadcasted to the whole world is
      > a travesty of
      > justice, and was meant to demonstrate the imperial
      > power of the United
      > States and serves as a warning to peace loving
      > peoples that we must
      > either bow to the dictates of the Bush regime or
      > face the consequences
      > of a public lynching.
      >
      > The lynching was also an insult to all Muslims, as
      > it occurred on the
      > Holy Day of Eid, whereby Muslims devote themselves
      > to prayer and
      > forgiveness. It is all too clear that the war
      > criminal Bush has no
      > sensitivities whatsoever for Muslims on their
      > pilgrimage to Mecca.
      > This barbaric act is a sacrilege!
      >
      > The entire trial process was a mockery of justice,
      > no less a Kangaroo
      > Court. Defence counsels were brutally murdered,
      > witnesses threatened
      > and judges removed for being impartial and replaced
      > by puppet judges.
      > Yet, we are told that Iraq was invaded to promote
      > democracy, freedom
      > and justice.
      >
      > A peaceful country has now been turned into a war
      > zone. Over 500,000
      > children died as a result of the criminal economic
      > sanctions, and the
      > latest findings by the medical journal, Lancet
      > reveals that over
      > 650,000 Iraqis have died since the illegal invasion
      > of 2003.
      >
      > The War Criminal Bush has killed more Iraqis than
      > President Saddam
      > ever did, if in fact he was guilty of any crime. If
      > President Saddam
      > Hussein is guilty of war crimes, then the world must
      > find Bush, Blair
      > and Howard equally guilty and the International
      > Criminal Court cannot
      > but prosecute these war criminals. The inaction thus
      > far by the
      > International Criminal Court against Bush, Blair and
      > Howard exposes
      > the double standard of the said Court, when it does
      > not hesitate to
      > prosecute war crimes committed in Dalfur, Rwanda and
      > Kosovo.
      >
      > If we support human rights and justice, we must
      > condemn this barbaric
      > lynching of President Saddam Hussein. There can be
      > no excuse
      > whatsoever for this injustice under any
      > circumstances. War Criminal
      > Bush and the puppet regime in Iraq have made a
      > mockery of the Rule of
      > Law.
      >
      > Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad -Member of the
      > International Committee, For
      > the Defence of President Saddam Hussein,
      > 30th December 2006
      >


      B.S.Goraya
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