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» Little Coffins from The Indepundit
GREYHAWK: "Some day you may hear someone describing the virtues of the "resistance" or "freedom fighters" in Iraq , or claiming moral equivalence between these animals and coalition soldiers. You may even hear someone say we're on a "crusade" against... [Read More]

» Khan of NATO from NIF
Today's dose of NIF - News, Interesting & Funny ... It's Wednesday [Read More]

» Did you know that Iraqis marched against terrorism? from Media Lies
Probably not. The American press didn't cover it. Not newsworthy. But some American troops took pictures. [Read More]

» Anti-Terrorism Protest in Iraq from In the Bullpen
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» Iraqis Protest Terror from Interested-Participant
I think it's inexcusable that the elite media ignores this type of positive story from Iraq. [Read More]

» Baby Killers from The Cool Blue Blog
So some US soldiers were giving candy to children today in Iraq. The children were crowded around the Hummer collecting their treats. A suicide bomber on his way to heaven spotted the soldiers, and the children. Did he drive away [Read More]

» For Every Action, there is a Reaction from Tammi's World
I saw this article this morning. 27 killed in car bombing in Baghdad. Mostly CHILDREN. The bastards were handing out candy to lure the kids. THE CHILDREN WERE THE TARGET!! I'm fed up. I've seen/heard enough. It's not JUST this... [Read More]

» A PROTEST YOU HAVEN'T READ ABOUT from Michelle Malkin
Blackfive reports on an Iraqi march against terrorism, with lots of photos courtesy of Army Specialist David Nunn. Over 1,000 Iraqi citizens participated. Check it out.... [Read More]

» March Against Terror: from Right In Texas
Blackfive has pictures up today of a protest that took place in Iraq on July 5th. Over 1,000 Iraqi citizens were in participation. The reason you haven't seen it in the press is because it was not against the American troops;....... [Read More]

» The story you won't see on CNN from A North American Patriot
Hate the Americans, resent the war in Iraq, protest any measure of freedom, anywhere in the world, and the mainstream media will fall all over themselves, to report on it. However, when a large group of Iraq's citizens organize, to [Read More]

» Marching against terror from captain's blog
Big thanks to Blackfive for posting this widely unreported march against terrorism in Iraq... [Read More]

» Did you Hear the One About the Anti-Terror Demonstration in Iraq? from The Art of the Blog
(via Michelle Malkin) Probably not. In fact, you'll never see this on NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, Reuters, AP, UPI, the NYT, WaPo, the LA Times, the Chicago Sun-Times, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, SFGate.com.... As N... [Read More]

» MUST READ from Geopolitical Review
Be sure to read... a discussion at Powerline about "good" leaking and "bad" leaking in the context of the New York Times. Thursday's Winds of War. about an under-reported march against terrorism in Iraq. (via Media Lies) the latest... [Read More]

» Dawn Patrol from Mudville Gazette
IRAQ Mosul [Michael Yon - in Iraq]] Emails coming in by the bucket, soldiers stopping me on the road, all asking if the leadership in Baghdad really knows what is going on with soldiers in combat. I cannot answer whether... [Read More]

» Iraqi Peace March from Moonage Political Webdream
Bet you haven't seen this before: That's just one of the pictures from the Iraqi peace march on July 5, 2005. As Little Green Footballs noted, And mainstream media could not possibly have cared less. Blackfive, the source of these [Read More]

» MUST READ from Geopolitical Review
Be sure to read... a discussion at Powerline about "good" leaking and "bad" leaking in the context of the New York Times. Thursday's Winds of War. about an under-reported march against terrorism in Iraq. (via Media Lies) the latest news... [Read More]

» Why most Americans hate the media from The Conservative Man
An excellent article on this topic from Mark Yost in Tuesday's St. Paul Pioneer Press. Here is an excert: I'm reminded of why I became a journalist by the horribly slanted reporting coming out of Iraq. Not much has changed since the mid-1980s. Subs... [Read More]

» Muslim march against terror... in Iraq. from the Spanktuary
US Muslims could take notes. [Read More]

» MUST READ from Geopolitical Review
Be sure to read... a discussion at Powerline about "good" leaking and "bad" leaking in the context of the New York Times. Thursday's Winds of War. about an under-reported march against terrorism in Iraq. (via Media Lies) the latest news... [Read More]

» Moderate Muslims from baldilocks
Yes, there are very many of them.QAYARRAH, Iraq: Citizens of the southern city of Qayarrah, of the northern province of Ninewah, gather to demonstrate their defiance against terrorism during the March Against Terror. Over 1,000 Iraqi citizens, includin... [Read More]

» The Invisible Protest from Myopic Thoughts
Did you know that on July 5 over 1000 Iraqis gathered in the city of Qayarrah to protest terrorism? Well, you'd have no way of knowing if you relied on the mainstream media for your news. BlackFive has photos courtesy of Army Specialist David Nunn. [Read More]

» Oh, THAT Liberal Media, Part 3 from Alpine Summit
Today in the NYT, there were headlines about another bomb going off killing people, and the Bush/Rove thing. What about a story about 1000 Iraqis marching against terrorism? Not a peep. [Read More]

» The Protest You Won’t See! from The Marshian Chronicles
Check out Blackfive - one of the best Milbloggers around, for some great pictures of an Iraqi protest against the terrorists! Hey MSM (Main Stream Media) why not cover this one? Because it doesn’t fit your template of how Iraq is the new Vietna... [Read More]

» Todays Links 2005 07 14 Thursday from Searchlight Crusade
How many Evil Infidel Points is insisting that terrorists act like civilized human beings? Oh. Right. I guess I'm a target. Big target fo... [Read More]

» Iraqis March Against Terror from Eclipse Ramblings
Blackfive points out There was a protest march of Iraqis against terror on July 5th. You probably haven't heard about it from Peter Jennings or Dan Rather: [Read More]

» Iraqi March Against Terrorism from Dean's World

We know--know for a fact--that the vast majority of Iraqis do not support the so-called "insurgency," who murder innocent people in order that they might re-impose either Saddam-style fascism or Osama-style fascism. More and more... [Read More]

» Iraq Protests Terrorism from Les Enfants Terrible
Too bad the left over here didn't feel the same way. Of course, they have their hands too full with Haliburton and Rove to give any lip service against terrorism. Besides, that might be construed as "pro-American." [Read More]

» Iraqis March against Terror from Security Watchtower
BlackFive has photographs of a recent anti-terror march held in the city of Qayarrah, Iraq. As he put it, "you probably haven't heard about it from Peter Jennings or Dan Rather."... [Read More]

» Iraqis March Against Terror from Hyscience
Call it the Iraqi version of We're Not Afraid. [Read More]

» Iraqis March... from Two Babes and a Brain
...against terrorism. In QAYARRAH, Iraq thousands marched in a protest against terrorism on July 5th. [Read More]

» What the MSM won't tell you about Iraq from Danny Carlton (aka Jack Lewis)
Michelle Malkin links to a report by Blackfive about a protest in Iraq, against the terrorists. Over a thousands Iraqis... [Read More]

» Little Coffins from The Indepundit
GREYHAWK: "Some day you may hear someone describing the virtues of the "resistance" or "freedom fighters" in Iraq , or claiming moral equivalence between these animals and coalition soldiers. You may even hear someone say we're on a "crusade" against... [Read More]

» Moderate Muslims from baldilocks
Yes, there are very many of them.QAYARRAH, Iraq: Citizens of the southern city of Qayarrah, of the northern province of Ninewah, gather to demonstrate their defiance against terrorism during the March Against Terror. Over 1,000 Iraqi citizens, includin... [Read More]

» Anti-Terror Rally In Iraq from The Right Spin
Man, am I ever later catching the boat! Apparently on July 5th there was an anti-terror rally in Iraq. I never heard about it until now. I'm sure if it was an anti-America rall... [Read More]

» Iraqis Against Terror from NYgirl
In Qayarrah, Iraq, over 1,000 Iraqi citizens, including several influential political and religious leaders, marched alongside Iraqi Army and police officers. See the photos. [Read More]

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» Armi Della Persuasione: Come Difendersi Online from Robin Good's MasterNewMedia - Italia
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» Todays Links 2005 07 14 Thursday from Searchlight Crusade
How many Evil Infidel Points is insisting that terrorists act like civilized human beings? Oh. Right. I guess I'm a target. Big target for now or little target for later, doesn't really matter. I'm still a target. I can do... [Read More]

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