The Fallujah Massacre, One Year Later

November 12, 2005

One year ago this month, the US and its allies began the brutal campaign against Fallujah, Iraq, where men, women, and children were viciously executed and slaughtered.

“The city was placed ‘under a strict night-time shoot-to-kill curfew’ with ‘anyone spotted in the soldiers’ night vision sights … shot’ (Times, 12 Nov 04); male refugees were prevented from leaving the combat zone; a health centre was bombed killing 60 patients and support staff; and refugees from the city claimed that ‘a large number of people, including children, were killed by American snipers’ and that the US had used cluster bombs and phosphorus weapons in the offensive. ” – Remember Fallujah

One year later, the over 200,000 people who were displaced from their homes and livelihood are still waiting for a ray of hope and relief. May Allah make it easy for them and punish the enemies who perepetrated such injustice against them.


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