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Written on August 10, 2006, and categorized as Secret and Invisible.
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GGF (Gorgeous Girl Friend) went to University in Beirut and knows people in Lebanon from that time. This video came via email –

> >From “the besieged Beirut”.. who is still creating.. a video.. After you see the video please check the following websites:

Cluster Weapons Report (page 57 has a listing of IMI)

Human Rights Watch

http://www.beirutletters.org/

http://www.samidoun.org

Be warned: this video is difficult to watch if you have any tendency to despair, or weep, or become sad, or rent your sides with sharp nails in masochistic penance for humankind’s collective stupidity. This video begs questions. Where are we, now we are needed? Somehow these people are endeavouring to communicate with the world as the missiles rain down upon them.

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  1. hal2002
    Posted 13 August, 2006 at 10:54 am | Permalink

    Just wanted to say I appreciate you posting this. I showed my wife who sent a link to your blog to about 50 people.

    Keep on keepin’ on.

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