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Published in the 16-31 May 2004 print edition of MG; send me the print edition

REJOINDER
Despicable pictures of Iraqi prisoners

We have seen on Internet and TV the inhuman treatment of Iraqi prisoners by the soldiers of Britain & U.S which would have put to shame even the most inhuman commanders of Nazi concentration camps. When Iraqis captured a few American prisoners U.S. Defense Secretary thundered that the U.S. prisoners must be treated as per Geneva Convention. Does this rule not apply to Iraqi prisoners? The West may have explored the depths of deepest oceans and mysteries of cosmic regions but mentally they are still groping in the dark. What can be more disgusting than a woman soldier taking picture of a U.S. guard raping a Iraqi boy or women soldiers of US Army watching naked Iraqi prisoners and British soldiers urinating on prisoners. US President's interview to Arab TV channels was one of the most insincere interviews by a leader of a nation. I do not think any Arab is so nave as to have swallowed it . It was self-deception at its best. Now stories are leaking of ill-treatment by American soldiers of Indian workers lured into Iraq by American contractors and American officer taking nude pictures of American women soldiers when they were showering. The pictures flashed across on the world on internet and TV have become part of history. Future generations and historians will judge U.S and UK. by these pictures not by T.V. interview.This stigma can never be erased from pages of history. The least one can expect for U.S. Defense Secretary is to resign but Donald Rumsfeld does not belong to that calibre of honourable men. 
A. Momin 
fawsan@giasmd01.vsnl.net.in

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