Thursday, July 20, 2006

Catastrophe On An Hourly Basis

"Most of the critical infrastructure of Lebanon has been reduced to smoldering ruins, as countless Lebanese are now living by generators and scavenging for food wherever possible. Bombings have included electrical stations, fuel storage depots, gas stations, hospitals, ambulance convoys, ports, factories, bridges and roads. As of this writing, the death toll in Lebanon is now over 350, all but 14 of which were civilians. There are over 1,000 wounded.

It's called collective punishment. It is a war crime. It is a grave breach of the Geneva Conventions."

Dahr Jamail

An entire country is being utterly destroyed while the world sits by and watches.

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