Thursday, July 6, 2006

RAPED: Shocking Eyewitness Testimony Of US Rape, Murder In Iraq

The neighbor of the martyred family told the correspondent for Mafkarat al-Isla the following:

"Then I went into 'Abir’s (she was born in 1991) room. Fire was coming out of her. Her head and her chest were on fire. She had been put in a pitiful position; they had lifted her white gown to her neck and torn her bra. Blood was flowing from between her legs even though she had died a quarter of an hour earlier, and in spite of the intensity of the fire in the room. She had died, may God rest her soul. I knew her from the first instant. I knew she had been raped since she had been turned on her face and the lower part of her body was raised while her hands and feet had been tied."

"By God, I couldn’t control myself and broke into tears over her, but I quickly extinguished the fire burning from her head and chest. The fire had burned up her breasts, the hair on her head, and the flesh on her face. I covered her privates with a piece of cloth, God rest her soul. And at that moment, I thought to myself that if I go out talking and threatening, that they would arrest me, so I took control of myself and resolved to leave the house calmly so that I could be a witness to tell the story of this tragedy."
This brings up so many emotions. Sadness and disgust mainly.



3rd daughter Thu Jul 06, 08:49:00 PM EDT  

tears, sadness, disgust and much anger are what i am feeling. the worst part is, i fear that the offenders will never get away with this barbaric act and be honoured as heroes.

Unknown Fri Jul 07, 03:26:00 AM EDT  

what the hell did they expect when they sent people to war? war makes boys into killing machines.

bring them home. let them decompress. let them be human again.

Anonymous Sun Jul 09, 05:34:00 AM EDT  

Sending men to war does not make them rapists Skippy.

Horrible story.


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