Friday, January 07, 2005

It was taken before the major offencive which began on 5th of December 2004. It was on 7th of dec when they announced it and it's still going on at this moment. The city has turned into the rubbles. Look at the south of the city or at the gaps in the north and remember this picture has been taken before the attack and these are just the result of areal and artillery bombardments in the last month. At this moment more common are the three-foot holes in the walls of many homes and shops, punched by tank shells fired by troops.According to BBC: “about 60% to 70% of the homes and buildings are completely crushed and damaged, and not ready to inhabit. Of the 30% still left standing, there’s not single one that has not been exposed to some damage.”
The few people who were allowed the city in last two weeks have left it again because there is no possibility to start living again. Its the American gift to Iraqi people.

Image of Fallujah, Iraq was taken on November 14, 2004. (for a detailed image click on the picture and have patience, its 11,8 MB )

Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Blood lies on the ground near the damaged vehicle of an Iraqi official who was killed while travelling with the governor of Baghdad who was assassinated near his house in the Iraqi capital, January 4, 2005

Monday, January 03, 2005

This is one of many pictures that show how some people in Fallujah were killed by chemical weapons. You can see how these two men were sleeping on the floor, covered by blankets, and dead.

These two men died while they were sleeping, there is no blood any where that can indicate they were shot.

Iraqi men tend to the grave of a relative at an improvised graveyard in al-Saqlawiyah, west of Fallujah, Thursday, Dec. 23, 2004

Iraqi villagers watch burning oil pipelines following an attack near Kirkuk, north of Baghdad, December 21, 2004.

Iraqi joy, resentment toward US by children, throuwing stones to burned american truck

An Iraqi man celebrates atop a burning U.S. Army Humvee in the northern part of Baghdad, April 26, 2004

Last friday of 2004, prayers in Baghdad with a picture of Muqtada Al Sader.

A video grab shows the scene of a suicide car bomb explosion in Iraq's Shi'ite Muslim holy city of Najaf, December 19, 2004, which killed 52 people and wounded more than 140. Al ManarTV

Workers check out a fire after saboteurs blew up a pipeline in al-Radgha, about 30 miles southwest of Basra, , in this Aug. 29, 2004