The incident regarding Margaret Hassan is very unfortunate and very sad. She has become a victim of US aggression. Lets not forget that Mrs. Hassan was a Brit who had lived in Iraq under Saddam Hussein for the past 30 years unscathed. Now look at Iraq. Unfortunately, since the majority of Americans did nothing to prevent our government from starting wars of aggression on Iraq & Afghanistan, the consequences are disastrous. And lets also not forget that there would be no such thing as an Iraq resistance if the US had not attacked Iraq. The US has created this atrocity. My heart goes out to Mrs. Hassan and her family, and I regret that I didn't have the power to stop this war of aggression and save her life.
I pity the Iraqi's.
The weak are always courageous when they decide to stand up to the strong. We are all aware of the comparison in strength between the US and Iraq. Iraq did not have a navy nor an airforce to even have a fighting chance against the super power of the world.
How courageous the resistance is!
Keep it up, so the US government will think twice before bringing the same atrocity to Iran!
How many more Margaret Hassan's are in Iran that we will have to mourn about sometime soon?
Jim, I have read your article and have seen the reports about corruption on behalf Kofi Annan and his leadership. I have witnessed that Kofi Annan has not been much of a "YES-man" for the US Government. I often wonder if the west is trying to ruin his image in any way so they can eventually get him replaced in the U.N. with someone who will say what the US wants to hear. Seeing that the US government is the strongest militarily and economically in the UN, is it possible the US could succeed in having him replaced with a YES-man? Or is this just simply conspiracy?