Nor, six years old, lies partially beneath the rubble
after an American AGM-130 missile hit the
Al Jumhuriya neighborhood of Basra on January 25,
1999.
One of Nor's sisters, also killed in the bombing.
These pictures were taken after the January raid
on Basra, by Nabil Al-Jorani, and were published
on the Internet by Voices in the Wilderness.

These messages reprinted today by
VOICES FOR PEACE/
LaCrosse Coalition Against the Wars

'Stop the bombings and sanctions against Iraq!
Lift the sanctions against Iraq now! 
Let them LIVE!

La Crosse post office, July 26 1999

DID YOU KNOW THAT
5000 CHILDREN a MONTH DIE IN IRAQ
BECAUSE OF OUR ECONOMIC SANCTIONS AGAINST THEM??
DID YOU KNOW THAT WE ARE 
STILL BOMBING IRAQ, EVERY WEEK?

CALL YOUR FRIENDS, FAMILY and
GOVERNMENT and TELL THEM

THIS MUST STOP!

Sunday, July 18 1999: U.S. AIR RAID ON IRAQ kills 17, wounds another 17
-Iraq says that most the the victims were women, children, and elderly people. They report that many homes were destroyed in the raid.

Monday July 26 99: U.S. Bombs Target In Northern Iraq
BONN (Reuters) - U.S. warplanes bombed a communications center in northern Iraq Monday after coming under attack from anti-aircraft batteries, a spokeswoman for the U.S. European Command in Germany said.


U.S. warplanes have been bombing the country of Iraq on a weekly basis since last December. There is virtually no discussion in the U.S. press of this ongoing murder by the U.S. warplanes, funded by the U.S. taxpayer. We are here to report what they won't.



On January 25, 1999, an American AGM-130 missile struck the Al Jumhuriya neighborhood of Basra killing seven people and injuring many more. Pentagon spokesman, Ken Bacon, acknowledged the residential strike the next day (CNN) saying "the United States regretted any civilian casualties," but added that "U.S. officials had no 'independent confirmation' that the missile killed any Iraqis."