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A Tragic Picture of Death

I stumbled across a heartrending picture of an 18 month old Iraqi boy who had been killed after being fired upon by US forces during a street battle in Baghdad’s Sadr City neighborhood in June 2004. This picture, attached to

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Evangelical Sabre-rattling won’t lead to peace

Interesting article from rabble.ca: Evangelical Sabre-rattling won’t lead to peace This article comments on the allegiance of some Christian leaders, including Billy and Franklin Graham, with American military might. While I do respect Billy Graham, I have often asked myself

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Would killing me make you right?

You’ve gotta be kidding me… I read a commentary piece from David Warren the other day, in which Warren tried to explain the “right way” of winning in Iraq. Warren likened the war in Iraq to fighting the Nazis in

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Forgiveness

It’s a tough question… could you forgive someone who did you wrong? A story in today’s news caught my eye: Forgive Iraqi captors, former hostages plead. Three former hostages urge forgiveness for Iraqi captors. Spare Iraqi kidnappers, Loney pleads. James

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