at ground zero pro independence heavier than air fumes city of chemical alleged cyanide gas on to karbala what is the difference between israel's plight a belief in outside influence like scalding water a side effect of their faces and lungs burn a sudden harsh smell 2 weeks after still coughing and choking livid skin blisters burn often posters leaflets nightly radio and television programs dead instructions in the use of such basic devices as a damp tovel lined with charcoal to be applied to the face and mouth when the beep beep beep gas attack warning signal sounds the dead were among porcelain face of cloud of frozen gas poison jagged fragment jew iranian iraqi bombs sun the first cyanide gas warning vx nerve gas
(1:41) Saddam ??? believe this. There are limits to our patience
(1:59) Never remember the hundreds of possible thousands of victims of one of the worst chemical warfare attacks since world war I
(2:11) We have the technology to produce chemical weapons. We will not remain idle forever.
We have the technology to produce chemical weapons. We will not remain idle forever.
(3:02) They can understand the governments message. In a shop in a working class district one day last week one man demonstrated the idea of a chemical warfare protector by putting a plastic shopping bag over his head.
(3:38) ??? husband and parents ??? believed dead ??? brought to a stange land ??? understand ??? sudden sound ??? discover (long portion i can't make out)
(4:09) We're analyzing water, soil, and human tissue samples to get clearer information about the gas attack. Meanwhile, doctors monitor bone marrow damage.
(4:40) Meanwhile back on the west bank, we are frightened, so frightened, revere the red, green, white, black colors of the flag tied to the mosque in the ??? we have cause to be enraptured turns irrational thunder ??? reacts to it very stifly his body is ??? anger ??? fracture ??? red fire ??? says someone came in a car with an uzi and killed his friend in a grave down the crossroads by the mosque. The friend of the dead man promises he will never forget.
Contributed by Riccardo Venturi - 2007/5/8 - 01:09
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