Battle of Fallujah – Are United States Military Real Terrorists?

Falluja April 2004 (English)

Falluja is a city that became a symbol of Iraqi resistance to a United States government military occupation in April two thousand four, when the United States military launched a major assault involving thousands of troops on a mostly Sunni city. In a one month long siege, around seven hundred thirty people were killed, and some two thousand eight hundred wounded.

Ten days after, in early May two thousand four, Toshikuni Doi, a freelance journalist, visited Falluja with a camcorder to discover what had actually happened inside that besieged city. A number of that city’s residents, men and women, spoke to him. What turned that “city of mosques” into a “city of resistance”?

How did United States troops carry out their attack on this city? What was an impact on this city’s residents? What was it like there during those fights?

And what was a human cost? “Falluja, April Two Thousand Four, is a fifty five minute pure documentary film with no additional music or effects, shows what a military operation means to a city and its people. A battle of Fallujah, Iraq was perhaps completely white washed in America’s propaganda media.

Was this attack justified or was it really more succinctly terrorism perpetrated by the United States government military against innocent people? Another possible misconception is that some how any Iraqi’s that opposed this invasion were automatically labeled insurgents. Were they really insurgents or really freedom fighters protecting themselves from the real terrorists in this scenario?

A battle of Fallujah is just one possible terrorist act perpetrated by the United States government military among many. Do you think it is possible that the United States government military are real terrorists worldwide?

Want to host your own Internet radio show? Reality UnKnown is looking for individual radio hosts that support being free, peaceful, and prosperous. Apply now and broadcast your voice for FREE.

Falluja – Were Iraqi Insurgents Actually Freedom Fighters?

Falluja April Two Thousand Four (Arabic)

Falluja a city that became a symbol of Iraqi resistance to a United States occupation in April of two thousand four, when the United States launched a major assault involving thousands of troops on a mostly Sunni city. In a one month long siege, around seven hundred and thirty people were killed, and some two thousand eight hundred wounded. Ten days after, in early May two thousand four, Toshikuni Doi, a freelance journalist, visited Falluja with a camcorder to discover what had actually happened inside that besieged city.

A number of some of that city’s residents, men and women, spoke to him. What turned that “city of mosques” into a “city of resistance”? How did United States troops carry out their attack on this city?

What was an impact on this city’s residents? What was it like there during those fights? And what was a human cost?

Falluja April Two Thousand Four, is a fifty five minute pure documentary film with no additional music or effects, shows what a military operation means to a city and its people. Ever since the United States government military invaded Falluja, those locals that opposed those troops have been labeled insurgents. Is this an accurate label or is it more propaganda by the United States military.

Perhaps is it really more accurate to label Iraqi’s opposed to the United States military invasion as freedom fighters instead? You can’t help but wonder, if after forcefully invading Fallujah, Iraq, that the United States propaganda machine would label their victims in a wrong manner purposefully.

Depleted Uranium – Did United States Military Use This on Iraq?

Lifting the Hood

November two thousand five as a “hooded man” in some infamous Abu Ghraib pictures, Haj Ali became an icon of everything that was wrong with a United States occupation. He tells his story and we hear from other prisoners. “They stretched my hands in this position and attached the wires to them”, states Haj Ali.

“It felt like my eyes were popping out. I couldn’t stand it”. He spent three months being physically and psychologically tortured at Abu Ghraib.

Interrogators wanted him to use his knowledge as a community leader to inform on other people. “They said ‘give us the name of anyone you hate and we’ll see it as co-operation and help you'”. In a nearby cell, army general Abu Maan was also being interrogated.

“They stripped me and took photos of me in degrading positions”, he recalls. Both men are angry that only junior officers have been disciplined for some abuse that went on at Abu Ghraib. Ilham al-Jumaili’s husband Munadel was tortured to death there.

It’s his corpse that Sabrina Harman was photographed gloating over. “We didn’t expect America to take Munadel and never return him”, she laments. Victims of Abu Ghraib remain haunted by their experiences.

In some words of Haj Ali “Only one thing has changed. The cameras have now disappeared the abuse still continues”.

Depleted Uranium

June nineteen ninety nine some effects of fallout from depleted uranium shells used in a first Gulf War is a matter of controversy. What is a reality of depleted uranium pollution in Iraq? In some hospitals of Basra, doctors are speaking of a crime against humanity.

Flicking through his casebook from last four years, Doctor Abdul Karin shows pictures of babies born without skin, with over sized heads and with noses where a mouth should be. Doctors here firmly point a finger of blame at Allies’ use of depleted uranium shells during a Gulf War. Over a million rounds of this weapon were fired during a short and decisive round of bombing.

Favored for its armor piercing qualities, a depleted uranium bomb penetrates its target with intense radioactive heat, incinerating its victims. “It’s …a flash, bang sort of toaster,” describes nuclear consultant John Range. Once detonated, depleted uranium particles remain radioactive for four thousand million years.

Irradiated particles travel on some wind polluting water, soil and entering a food chain.

Sadr City

October two thousand seven a rare look at life inside Iraq’s most notorious slum. Sadr City, Baghdad, has become a breeding ground for radicalism. Many of its three million citizens depend on Muqtada al-Sadr for support.

“We are a republic of widows and orphans”, one school teacher explains. “The mosques don’t have enough coffins to hold funerals”. Some inhabitants of Sadr City want only one thing for a future: stability.

For them, United States troops are associated with death. Since a beginning of a surge, United States troops have raided Sadr City almost every night.

War in Iraq – Did United States Military Murder Innocent Iraqi’s?

Caught in the Crossfire, Fallujah the Real Story, and Wrongful Death

Caught in the Crossfire Iraq

In November 2004, the city of Fallujah was a major battleground in an Iraq invasion. Fallujah has now been declared pacified and a battle of Fallujah has been declared a victory by the American administration. Caught in this Crossfire is an eyewitness account from only independent journalists that lived with some people of Fallujah since that battle.

Independent filmmakers Mark Manning and Rana Al-Aiouby traveled to Fallujah, not embedded, to live with some refugees and experience life from their point of view, returning with them to their destroyed city after that siege. They experienced military checkpoints, witnessed devastation of thousands of homes, shops and mosques, and documented that siege as recounted by those who survived inside that city during a battle. Some people of Fallujah asked them to tell their story to the world; they are fulfilling that request with a release of Caught in the Crossfire.

Shot from November two thousand four to April two thousand five inside the city of Fallujah, Caught in the Crossfire details conditions experienced by civilians as they endured violent clashes and consequences of an Iraq war and became refugees outside eyes and care of an international community. A joint production of Iraqi and American filmmakers with a budget of less than $7000, Caught in the Crossfire was filmed entirely not embedded, outside protection or influence of military or corporate media, in order to capture a unique and honest perspective of some civilians themselves. By detailing what is actually happened to civilians in combat zones, this film shows why many people in Iraq have lost faith in stated American policy goals and why America has lost some hearts and minds of some Iraqi people.

Fallujah The Real Story

January two thousand five, two months after the United States launched its biggest ever assault on Fallujah, what exactly happened inside that city has, until now, remained a mystery. Now, for a first time, Guardian films reveals a true story. It was billed as a resounding military success.

Over one thousand two hundred insurgents were meant to have been killed and another two thousand trapped inside Fallujah. But now this version of events is being challenged. Far from being crushed, rebels claim they left that city in an organised withdrawal.

“It was a tactical move,” explains insurgent leader Alazaim Abuthe. “The fighters decided to redeploy to Amiriya”. Before they left, fighters booby trapped many bodies.

People are too scared to move them so those corpses lie rotting all over this city. Rabid dogs feed off them and then attack returning residents. Far from stabilising Iraq in preparation for this month’s election, an assault on Fallujah has fanned a flames of civil war.

Today Fallujans are too busy trying to stay alive in freezing refugee camps to worry about ballot papers that haven’t arrived for an election they have no intention of voting in. As one resident comments, “We’re not interested in this sort of democracy”.

Wrongful Death

August two thousand seven, no one knows how many civilians have been killed “accidentally” by United States troops in Iraq. This moving report examines several wrongful deaths in Kirkuk. Karzan’s seventy five year old uncle was shot eighty six times after he failed to slow down at a checkpoint. Local police chief, General Qadir, believe soldiers often panic and shoot to kill, instead of; “firing more warning shots”.

Relatives left behind feel particular bitter that no one is held accountable for these mistaken deaths. “The Americans have done nothing and my family’s lives have been ruined”, laments one woman. Do you think the United States military murdered innocent Iraqi’s?

Palestine – is Another World Really Possible in Palestine?

Another world is possible in Palestine as well as Fort Hood resistance against deployment of third armored cavalry regiment to Iraq. Not often heard are some voices of peace cried out from some people who’s lives are destroyed by occupying forces. Those who are intent on creating divides among some people of the world use bigotry, and prejudice, as guises to justify their inhumane actions while embezzling resources.

Occupier Occupied is a collection of studies documenting some dissenting voices from a generation of people deeply affected by injustices levied by weak men, far removed from their victims. These studies dispel some occupiers propaganda which suggests these people are all terrorists and gives back a microphone to a collection of voices never heard, only sanitized. Five peace activists successfully blockaded six buses carrying Fort Hood Soldiers deploying to Iraq outside Fort Hood’s Clarke gate this morning at around four a.m.

While those activists took a width of Clarke Road and slowed buses to a halt, police made no arrests, but instead beat some activists out of those streets using automatic weapons and police dogs so deploying soldiers could proceed. Among those blockading were three veterans of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and one military spouse. An action, organized by a group calling themselves “Fort Hood Disobeys,” was aimed at preventing a deployment of the third armored cavalry regiment soldiers to what some veterans termed an illegal and immoral occupation.

While standing in a street, activists held banners reading “Occupation is a Crime” and “Please Don’t Make a Same Mistake we Did Resist Now”. From the Texas highway one ninety overpass, additional supporters attempted to hang larger banners that read, “Tell the Brass: ‘KISS MY ASS’ Your family needs you more” “Sick of Fighting Your Wars” and “Colonel Allen [Third Armored Cavalry Regiment commander]: Do not deploy wounded Soldiers”. This latest deployment comes less than two weeks after President Barack Obama announced a second end to combat operations in Iraq.

Fort hood disobeys organizer’s denounced this as a lie, and pointed to a deployment of the third Armored Cavalry Regiment, a combat regiment, to Iraq as clear proof. They have stated they will continue to organize direct action in a Fort Hood community to oppose wars as long as troops continue to deploy.

Iraq Occupation – Was 2003 Invasion Based on US Military Lies?

United States policy in Iraq and Life in Iraq under United States military occupation talks given by a Dr. Dahlia Wasfi. Dr. Dahlia Wasfi was born in the United States to an American Jewish mother and an Iraqi Moslem father. She lived in Iraq as a child, returning to the United States at age five.

She earned her medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania in nineteen ninety seven. Dr. Wasfi has made two trips to Iraq to visit her extended family since a two thousand and three “Shock and Awe” invasion, including a three month stay in Basrah in spring of two thousand six. She has brought her eyewitness account of life under occupation to the United States, Capitol Hill in District of Columbia, Toronto Canada, Vancouver Canada, Madrid Spain in two thousand seven, and the third International Iraq conference in Berlin, Germany, in March two thousand eight.

Her talk in Austin, Texas covered some devastating effects of the nineteen ninety one Gulf War, some economic sanctions, and a two thousand three invasion and occupation. Dahli Wasfi is a peace activist and critic of American military presence in Iraq. Was the United States military intervention in Iraq justified or based off of deceit, lies, distortion of reality, etc.?

Even former puppet United States President George W. Bush has admitted that Iraq had nothing to do with some events of September eleven two thousand one and did not have weapons of mass destruction. Dr. Wasfi has spoken out in support of immediate, without conditional withdrawal of American forces from Iraq and a need to end a current occupation of Iraq. She is currently working on a book that has been put on hold.

White Phosphorus – is Another World Really Possible in Iraq?

Another World is Possible in Iraq. Not often heard are some voices of peace cried out from people who’s lives are destroyed by occupying forces. Those who are intent on creating divides among people of the world use bigotry, and prejudice, as guises to justify their inhumane actions while embezzling resources.

Occupier occupied is a collection of studies documenting dissenting voices from a generation of people deeply affected by injustices levied by weak men, far removed from their victims. These studies dispel some occupiers propaganda which suggests that these people are all terrorists and gives back a microphone to a collection of voices never heard, only sanitized. Fallujah White Phosphorus.

Fallujah, Iraq. This documentary shows that weapons of mass destruction were used by George W. Bush and the American government military against a country unable to feed itself, who is desperately trying to survive against insurmountable odds, yet in violation to international law, the American gunslinger George W. Bush lashes out with perhaps a most atrocious weapon of mass destruction any one human could suffer. This documentary provides evidence that if put before a jury, George W. Bush would be convicted to a death penalty in his own country!

Was white phosphorus used on Iraqi civilians during an invasion of Iraq by the United States military in 2003 and beyond? White phosphorus is a colorless, white, or yellow waxy solid with a garlic like odor. It does not occur naturally, but is manufactured from phosphate rocks.

White phosphorus reacts rapidly with oxygen, easily catching fire at temperatures ten to fifteen degrees above room temperature. White phosphorus is used by the United States military in various types of ammunition, and to produce smoke for concealing troop movements and identifying targets. There have been many allegations of white phosphorus use in Iraq.

Do you think it is possible white phosphorus was used on Iraqi’s during an American invasion?