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I am a 37 years old mom ,I am a mother of 3 children. I am a Dentist. I try to make every thing perfect. The life I have, the difficulties I face make me anxious.. I like to have a social life; I cannot resist my feeling of being lonely, but I don’t have good social life, & I am lonely.

Monday, June 19, 2006

Human with no rights.

Hello

"Human rights" that are nowadays being familial to us, are NOT for free, righteous citizens. It's only for criminals, killers, thieves, terrorists and of course for Saddam and his partners… How?
- As they are under the vision of human rights organizations, they get good meals, where Pepsi, sweets, fruits are included in every day's food menu, where as the children everywhere live in deprivation.
- Our children are also jailed in their own houses but without any excuse, we can't take them out for fun, it's too dangerous.
- They don't worry about their safety, while we face danger everywhere in Iraq.
I did not hear about a bombs or suicide cars in the Iraqi jails ….
In the second exam my daughter and her class mates, continued their exam although there was heavy shooting in the street, and so much blasts, they had to put their fears aside and continue their test.
Last Monday I counted the exploded mines in the road that lead to my work, they were 7 large craters.


-They have electricity, and sleep under comfortable room temperature, that are well cooled at summer and very well heated in winter. While now we live in 45 c with no electricity, and no fuel to operate our generator. Our kids are suffering and they did nothing wrong and did not hurt any body. My daughter Sunshine has her exams in a very hot classroom; they don't even have a fan, with no curtains on the windows to protect the students from the burning sun, with the many examiners in one class in such high temperature, it is very hard to concentrate.
-They get good medical care, while we can hardly find doctors now days..As the doctors are being threatened, murdered or left the country because of all those reasons. The medications in the markets are from very bad resources, they are not effective.
-They can call their families every two weeks, I have no phone connection with my parents who live in Baghdad, I can't visit them the roads are not safe, and the weather is soooo hot.
-They know their rights, while we don't believe we have any.
enjoy your rights.
Mama

37 Comments:

Blogger Ripama said...

Mama,

As an American, I understand your complaint completely. We complain about the same things.

The United States has 2 things going for it that many of other countries don't:

1.) A great many of us believe in doing things the right way. As a result, it is easy to find cooperation to get things done.

2.) The government understands that most people prefer to do things the right way and uses that understanding to persuade people to obey its laws.

Our problem is those who break the laws seem to get better treatment than those who have to struggle to make ends meet.

Iraq's problem seems to be different. It seems that the good people are fearful of the bad people. Someday the good people are going to have to end their fear and rid themselves of the evil.

19 June, 2006  
Blogger The Heretical Jew said...

Ripama???

We complain about the same things?? Not even in the most impoverished areas of America is it anything like the basic conditions in Iraq.

How can you make the comparison?

When was the last time you worried about a road mine while driving to work?

How many times do you rethink going to the market for fear of a bomb?

The shootings that occur in some high crime areas in America do not even come close to what goes on in Iraq.

Countless people are kindnaped,and murdered.

You making such a comparison is like a man watching his wife in childbirth and understanding what she is going through for he once felt the pain of a broken leg,

19 June, 2006  
Blogger The Heretical Jew said...

Btw

Glad to see you posting again Mama.

If there is anything I can do to help you and your family just email me. You can get it off my blog.

19 June, 2006  
Anonymous Wayne said...

Dearest Mama;

Again I feel like crying. I understand and agree with every thing you said in this post. I have served in 2 wars and saw military people killed. I have never seen innocent children or adults murdered and their mosks, markets and schools destroyed by bombs, mortars or other type explosives.

I constantly hope that the good Iraqi people will find a way to report people and incidents that appear to be commiting these crimes.

I pray for you, Sunshine, Rose and other good Iraqi each day. That is all that I am able to do to support all of you.

Thank you for all of your effort in keeping us informed and keeping your children safe.

19 June, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your are correct ....
What makes me sad the most
in addition to what the good people of Iraq have to endure is
the constant concern of the United
Nations and many Muslim countries
about the prisoners held in Guantanamo Bay ....

There is very little outcry
from Muslim clerics worldwide
about the Muslim-Muslim
killings in Iraq every day ...
Very little mentioned from
European nations about how they
can make a contribution to help
Iraqi now during this transitional phase which the
Former Regime Elements are trying to prevent.

But the constant concern about
what is going on in prisons
which ATR MONITORED BY THE RED CROSS ... that is what is on their minds!!!

I an shocked that the Saudis
and Kuwaiti and Iranians with all
their oil wealth would not Unify
and cooperate with the US and British to help Iraq become peacefull and stable ...
It is waht is best for everyone ...

Can not the Iranians put aside
their misguided hatred for
the Americans (who happened
to remove Saddam)
and start a big effort to
help reconstruct and help
the Iraqi people come together ...

It seems that Americans want
Iraqi Shia and Sunni elements to live together in peace and prosperity much more then
the surrounding Muslim nations ...
and that is indeed tragic

19 June, 2006  
Blogger The Heretical Jew said...

Are you kidding? The American agenda is not to have peace between the Sunni and Shia! Its the very fact that they can not get along and therefore unite in a common front that enables the Americans to hold control of Iraq!
No one wants the Americans in Iraq and a unified Iraq means the Americans out of the arses!!

19 June, 2006  
Blogger Ripama said...

heretical jew,

Do yourself a favor and read the salient point of Mama's point:

"Human rights" that are nowadays being familial to us, are NOT for free, righteous citizens. It's only for criminals, killers, thieves, terrorists and of course for Saddam and his partners… How?
- As they are under the vision of human rights organizations, they get good meals, where Pepsi, sweets, fruits are included in every day's food menu,
where as the children everywhere live in deprivation.


She wasn't complaining about the things you were rattling about, but rather the lack of justice.
She is saying in Iraq that human rights groups ensure the comfort of the criminal. In this country the ACLU, and others, perform a similar role.

I'm doubtful of your ability tocomprehend my points given your kneejerk and careless comments.

20 June, 2006  
Anonymous gejon said...

Heretical Jew;
to improve your knowledge about some of the Iraqi feelings you might want to read a letter from an Iraqi Town, published on the site of a soldier who served in Iraq. John In Iraq

20 June, 2006  
Blogger programmer craig said...

Mama, you're absoultely right. Iraq is a land with no justice now. Except justice for criminals. It's a shame when the people who least deserve justice are the only ones who receive it :(

20 June, 2006  
Blogger Bruno said...

[craig] "Mama, you're absoultely right. Iraq is a land with no justice now. Except justice for criminals."

I agree with you 100%. There are so many examples of American soldiers killing Iraqis in a wide range of circumstances after which they are subsequently let off.

Anybody remember Pantano, who executed two Iraqi fathers in front of their family? He got off scot-free.

Or how about the murderer of Gen. Mouwoush, who was tortured to death. Suffocated to death, actually? His murderer was rewarded with a 60 day vacation in barracks.

Such is the justice in Iraq.

29 June, 2006  
Blogger programmer craig said...

Take a hike, dirtbag.

29 June, 2006  
Blogger Bruno said...

An Iraqi gets beaten for hours with boots and rubber hoses. He suffers broken ribs and lacerations. Then a thick sleeping bag is put over his head and he is tied up tightly with rope. Then a US serviceman sits on his chest, and while the Iraqi, through the muffling cloth and broken ribs, tries to gasp for air - the American puts his hands over the Iraqi's nose. He suffocates him.

The soldier who killed - who tortured the Iraqi to death - is "sentenced" to a 2 month holiday in barracks.

When I point this out, what is the reaction of an ex-Marine?

What is the reaction of "programmer" Craig?

"Take a hike, dirtbag"

I think his words say more than I ever could.

30 June, 2006  
Anonymous Cherice said...

That's some of the western human rights you are experienceing there. It is that same here in the US and in Europe.. Everyone is more concerned about the rights of the criminals than of the victims. It is political correctness run amok. It is not right and it is not fair. There are poor and homeless people here in America, but convicted crimnals have food and shelter. Kill someone and you are garunteed food, shelter and health care, but not if you are poor even if because of circumstance beyond your ability to control. Like is not fair. Life sucks :(

01 July, 2006  
Anonymous gejon said...

Cherice: Your statement is terribly misleading. I have visited America a couple of times. I discovered that the homeless and poor people refuse to work. "You don't expect me to flip burgers, do you" is a common phrase. They still have food stamps, medicade and welfare to support them.

01 July, 2006  
Blogger programmer craig said...

Yes, you quoted me correctly, Bruno :P

01 July, 2006  
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07 July, 2006  
Blogger filterbee said...

Mama,

Long time, no post (no pressure, of course) ... How are you doing? Often I think of your pearls of wisdom and wish to know that you and your family are safe. Please keep in touch :)

Alma

09 July, 2006  
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Read Mona Charen's book, Do-Gooders: How Liberals Hurt Those They Claim to Help (and the Rest of Us)

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Oh man---

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Blogger Luther said...

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this should have been done before

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I think this may be pretty wild ....

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Blogger The Heretical Jew said...

Ripama

The comment in which I was "rattling" was aimed at the comment before it and not Mama's post. I read her post, and I know what her points were.

Thanks you.

26 April, 2007  

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