Iraq War Photos

Submitted by: buddy 13 years ago in
http://www.fotos.geschichtsthemen.de/iraq-war/iraq.htm

A collection of a guy"s photos from Iraq. Nice quality.
There are 26 comments:
Female 9
shakira7 there is evidence that saddam directly funded terrorists.
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Female 2,244
I think the site is down now :-(
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Female 808
Yeah, where are they? I really want to see them.
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Male 60
I don`t see any Iraq pics, where do I go?
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Female 9
shakira7 there is evidence that saddam directly funded terrorists.
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Male 75
*on verge of crying*
powerful stuff
extermley powerful stuff

God Bless America

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Female 2
THAT WAS VERY DISTRUBING ...
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Female 2
: cries ::
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Male 309
I think that the most powerful images are the two pictures of the blue Toyota pickup truck...
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Male 309
"The war is over" - officially, yes.

Did you know that around 85% of the Iraq Republican Army never fought a single battle? Those 85% simply denied the fight and walked home, and that the majority of the Fedayeen never fought in the short Iraq war – now they`re doing the classical hit-and-run and suicide bombings.

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Female 20
Thanks but no thanks --I didn`t need correcting- I didnt say that Iraq directly attacked us on 9-11. But to think that Iraq wasnt linked to terrorist activity is dead wrong.
And our soldiers being killed by roadside bombs and donkeys with a hitch of bombs isn`t part of being in a war zone. The war is over- we`re trying to help them get on their feet now. The actions being carried out now isn`t soldier to soldier combat.
Unless I missed something and now donkey`s are Iraqi soldiers!!
(I`m sure they have the same intelligence level though!!)
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Female 665
Wow.

That was very powerful.

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Female 81
The pictures of the kids were really hard to look at. I would much rather die than see a baby burned beyond recognition.
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Male 178
"you mean to tell me with all the bombings in Iraq that kill our soldiers on a daily basis, that isn`t terrorism?? "

No, it isnt. Its a warzone. You can expect casualties on both sides.

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Female 215
I was talking about why we went to war. The attacks now are a result.

No, I didn`t really contradict myself.

The terroists that attacked us on Sept. 11 were not from Iraq.

You said : Please don`t forget we didn`t ask for this, we were attacked by the terrorist first.

I was correcting you.

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Female 162
Powerful pictures. The burning Toyota was hard to see.
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Female 20
you mean to tell me with all the bombings in Iraq that kill our soldiers on a daily basis, that isn`t terrorism??
It is
and you contradicted yourself- first you state they arent from Iraq and then you say there was a possible link...
if your even "linked" to terrorism you are still a part of it.
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Female 215
Ummm.. the terrorists arn`t from Iraq. We went to war with them because we thought they might have had weapons of mass destruction and possibly a link to Al Qaeda... Or something like that.

Some people also believe that there were hidden motives for the war in Iraq.

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Female 20
http://www.time.com/time/photoessays/sha...

**just in case anyone forgot what started all this**
Please don`t forget we didn`t ask for this, we were attacked by the terrorist first.

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Male 216
wow. very powerful pictures. especially the one with the soldier mourning a fallen comrade. very emotional.
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Male 306
This almost doesn`t look real. It looks like a painting.


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Female 496
Soul that`s not a Marine. That patch on his helmet means he`s in the 3rd ID of the US Army. :-)
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Female 41
That made me cry.
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Female 482
intense.
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Male 12
Those are interesting. I liked the picture of the Iraqi hugging the US Marine. Really makes me happy.
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Male 10,115
Link: Iraq War Photos [Rate Link] - A collection of a guy`s photos from Iraq. Nice quality.

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