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|The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by hollandis(f): 11:19am On Dec 28, 2007|
They don't see them as human beings ,the girls and woman are seen as sex objects.In as much as I hate Al-Qaeda and every act of terrorism,I also hate the US for their Anti-terrorist policies.Innocent women
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by Soundmind(m): 11:28am On Dec 28, 2007|
Is bad, bad, bad
Is like soldiers are always sexually active anywhere in the world. May God save us from there rampage.
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by hollandis(f): 11:31am On Dec 28, 2007|
Very bad.A world where the privacy and bodies of women mean nothing to some power intoxicating countries.
WHAT CAN WE DO TO STOP THIS?
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by babasin(m): 11:38am On Dec 28, 2007|
umm, this could be any picture, can you provide more evidence?
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by Omolulu(m): 11:45am On Dec 28, 2007|
even american soldiers,with all their mouth can be so babaric and crude, what a shame
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by mrpataki(m): 11:46am On Dec 28, 2007|
Stories without a source is very useless and baseless.
Rape is not the exclusive preserve of the US. All over the world it happens. More importantly in war torn countries I wonder how silly some people are.
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by hollandis(f): 11:50am On Dec 28, 2007|
You didnt hear about the rape of the Hadji Girl.No wonder.There is also an internet site called Iraqbabes (you have got to search hard for this)and other sites like Universal sociey of friend .Stop being a doubting thomas
for more info go to
@Mr Pataki- I already told you, your problem.You need to be deinstitutionalized.You exist on a single digit IQ
mrpataki:I forgive you for everything you said.But may God punish you for the above statement.OLORI BURUKU,ONIRANU,OLOSI,OLOJU ICE COMBER.
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by mrpataki(m): 11:59am On Dec 28, 2007|
Why do you keep modifying your posts? Get your tenses right. Stop being a newly discovered on this forum.
My question to you is: Is the US the only country that has cases of rape on its own shoulders?
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by hollandis(f): 12:09pm On Dec 28, 2007|
when will you stop being a fool.
Thank God I have copied your post for the whole world to see.
Look at the topic and see if it has a correlation with your post .exclusive preserve you said
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by hollandis(f): 12:12pm On Dec 28, 2007|
" God punish you for this statement, is different from God punished you for the above statement"
Hence it was modified.
Arguing with a fool is like speaking to a wall
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by ndubest(m): 12:18pm On Dec 28, 2007|
whether is done by the US or even Nija soldiers or students on campus
Rape is bad and should be condemned
the only thing is that the american soldiers will be "protected" by their people even if you catch them on camera
its only God that will Judge us all
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by Iman3(m): 12:19pm On Dec 28, 2007|
Where is the source of your picture?Is that not from a movie?
Nigerian soldiers constantly rape women wherever they are set on a mission.Ask women in the Niger-Delta. I remember in campus,rape of female students were a common occurrence.Starting a thread about isolated incidents of rape,in a country in which Saddam used to organise mass rapes of women and sometimes men is tomfoolery
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by mrpataki(m): 12:21pm On Dec 28, 2007|
It seems you relish and dine in stupidity. Have you been rejected a US visa recently? Your topic clearly states: The Rape of Iraqi Women By US Soldiers. I asked you a question: Is rape the exclusive preserve of the US? Or is English language a problem for you to understand?
You have in no way provided a link to the picture you brought up supporting your argument. Upon seeking to know more from you, you resort to insults. You are nothing but a ninny.
Stop modifying your tenses. It is glaring you know nothing about the topic you just brought here. Dolt.
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by Iman3(m): 12:21pm On Dec 28, 2007|
This is where you are being ridiculous.How many Nigerian soldiers have been charged for raping women in the Niger-Delta.Wheren't the American soldiers in that particular incident subjected to legal proceedings? How many Iraqi soldiers ever faced the law for raping Iraqi women during Saddam.Uday Hussein used To Molest women for sport
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by Iman3(m): 12:23pm On Dec 28, 2007|
The pictures actually came from a movie scene.
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by mrpataki(m): 12:26pm On Dec 28, 2007|
In Saddam's regime, rape was a means of torture to the women. Women were beheaded for speaking against such an act in Iraq. Today, there is liberty to talk and criticize it openly now. No thanks to the invasion of the US upon Iraq.
The only link this dolt has provided was from the women rights organisation who would never had a say during Saddam's reign of terror.
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by Reverend(m): 12:29pm On Dec 28, 2007|
These shots are from a commercial Indecency film. If anybody thought that they were real they should go and get a life.
Just shows how quickly you can corrupt the minds of simple, silly people with little education
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by mrpataki(m): 12:32pm On Dec 28, 2007|
Thanks for the clarification.
I knew I had seen it somewhere before. I was not sure where.
When Nigerian Soldiers went to to Liberia for ECOMOG, upon their return, each of them was subjected to AIDS test.
Hollandis sitting behind a computer to demonstrate foolishness and ignorance really beats my imagination at times.
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by mrpataki(m): 12:35pm On Dec 28, 2007|
Even the kinky Reverend attest to it!
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by hollandis(f): 12:38pm On Dec 28, 2007|
A white man once wrote "Black people dont read" what a shame now I know why.
I provided two links ,yet
FYI www.iraqibabes.com is officially closed
search search search. use googles ,mamma ,anything askjeeves
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by Iman3(m): 12:59pm On Dec 28, 2007|
www.iraqibabes.com is a good source?
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by Mariory(m): 1:17pm On Dec 28, 2007|
Someone also wrote "It is better to keep your mouth shut and appear silly than to open it and remove all doubt". You posted a picture from a Indecency film hoping to sway the opinion of others. Basically, you lied, and it backfired. You now look really silly. Get over it.
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by hollandis(f): 1:25pm On Dec 28, 2007|
you first reply to me is insulting,however I will reply to you in a more decent tone
The website was closed because it was an insult to the image of the US Army.It was used for all kind of movies esp Indecency.When the truth became known .The site was closed down.
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by almondjoy(f): 1:28pm On Dec 28, 2007|
Soldier na soldier anywhere in the world!!! If the sources are true--nothing strange here. They do worse!!!! They are sexually deprived and highly agressive creatures around women. When they come back home to their wives and girlfriends--most become psycho-sociopaths!!! Divorce rate is high amongst them and they die miserable deaths for war crimes unknown to humanity! Punishment from God!!!!
No different from all the morally depraved soldiers--including the ones in the Nigerian civil war and MOPOLs that go around raping female students in universities in Nigeria. Committing crimes against others in the name of "war against terrorism"!
What a job! Who wants to marry a soldier for heaven's sake? Better go to a mental institution and get a husband or wife instead! May God continue to help us all!
Happy 2008 Peeps!!!!!
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by cooljoe(m): 1:36pm On Dec 28, 2007|
Men, what a pathetic sight, even the U.S. of A have soliders with such low mentality. Crazy.
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by Kobojunkie: 1:37pm On Dec 28, 2007|
Here are some questions for the poster,
1) Could you please provide a better picture of the so called Iraqi Woman raped by the so-called US soldiers I mean that picture could be that of two gay men trying To Molest each other with a black cloth inbetween them.
2) If this is a real accusation you should at least be able to supply us with the names of the soldiers in those pictures ??
3) Posting more Indecency related sites as proof is not going to help your claim since there have been so many Indecency movies of this sort made in that past how many years alone, There was even a Broadway musical made about women in burkas and what not. Why not provide more details to this claim of yours?? Or is this just your way of getting attention
4) I am guessing you think people are silly enough to believe anything to post as fact , huh
5) How does your claim stand that this site was closed cause it was an insult to america yet Youtube has not been closed down with all the pictures of abu ghraib and what not that have caused america the worst shame?? Are you sure you are not at this point complicating things for self??
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by mrpataki(m): 1:38pm On Dec 28, 2007|
My friend shut up. You are an intellectual disgrace. Get your tenses right. Numerous websites abound denigrating the US. Why are they not shut down? www.iraqibabes.com was a Indecency site.
It is like the more you open your gutters, the more stupidity you spray out.
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by hollandis(f): 1:51pm On Dec 28, 2007|
Its crazy my brother.May God help us all
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by Seun(m): 1:59pm On Dec 28, 2007|
Even female US soldiers are regularly raped by their male counterparts. War is an evil thing.
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by hollandis(f): 2:06pm On Dec 28, 2007|
OMG,those soldiers participating in war crimes such as rape should be castrated.
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by RichyBlacK(m): 2:11pm On Dec 28, 2007|
5th Trial in Iraqi Rape Case Drags On
By RYAN LENZ – Dec 19, 2007
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — They were convicted one after another — four US soldiers who helped gang rape and kill a 14-year-old Iraqi girl in one of the war's worst atrocities.
In exchange for leniency, each struck deals to testify against a fifth man, a troubled former Army private who allegedly killed the family and planted the idea of raping the girl.
But the case against Steven D. Green has dragged slowly forward in the 18 months since the allegations surfaced. It's a pace, military legal experts note, that bears stark contrast to swift prosecutions of nearly every other crime to come from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Green, 22, is accused of being a central figure in slaying the family in Mahmoudiya, a village about 20 miles south of Baghdad. He was charged in federal court because he was discharged from the Army for anti-social personality disorder before being accused of the crimes.
On Tuesday, his trial was set for April 13, 2009, in Paducah, Ky.
Defense attorneys and federal prosecutors in the case have fought each other on the reach of federal courts into military affairs, the access civilian attorneys have to classified military evidence, and, most recently, what constitutes enough time to prepare for trial.
Some legal experts say the delays and infighting suggest challenges ahead in trying the last chapter of what many regard as the worst atrocity committed by U.S. military personnel in Iraq.
"You've got some very smart people trying a type of case that they normally don't," said Charles Rose, a law professor at Stetson University and former deputy military judge advocate. "Federal criminal courts are designed for paper-driven cases. They don't do violations of the laws of war."
Unlike his co-accused, Green, 22, of Midland, Texas, is the only soldier charged in civilian court for the March 2006 slayings, where he faces a possible death sentence if convicted.
Green pleaded not guilty in November 2006 to charges of rape and murder.
Four Fort Campbell, Ky.-based 101st Airborne Division soldiers have since been convicted for their roles in targeting the girl from a checkpoint near Mahmoudiya, a village 20 miles south of Baghdad, and helping rape and kill her. They were given sentences in courts-martial ranging from five to 110 years under agreements with prosecutors.
Two of the soldiers testified they took turns raping the girl while Green shot and killed her mother, father and younger sister. Green shot the girl in the head after raping her, they said. The girl's body was then set on fire with kerosene to destroy the evidence, according to previous testimony.
At the core of Green's trial is the law used to charge him in U.S. District Court. The Military Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Act allows prosecutors to try military personnel in federal court if they no longer are in the service and are charged for a crime punishable by at least a year in prison.
Described as a catchall for the military, the law has been used rarely, and never before on a high-profile case.
But the law has dissolved Green's chances of receiving a sentence comparable to those of the other defendants if he is convicted, attorneys have argued. Each soldier was charged identically, but those convicted in the military have a chance for parole in 10 years no matter the sentence they received.
While legal experts say disparity in sentencing is not unusual, Green's attorneys have argued there is a fundamental issue of fairness that is lost by the government's insistence on trying Green outside of the reaches of the military.
A telephone message seeking comment was left Tuesday at Assistant U.S. District Attorney Marisa Ford's Louisville, Ky., office. Green's attorney, Patrick Bouldin, declined to comment Tuesday night.
Green, who was also a member of the 101st, had been honorably discharged from the military with anti-social personality disorder when he was arrested by U.S. marshals in June 2006 after attending the military funeral of a friend.
Delays are expected in a federal death penalty case, where proceedings have lasted as long as three years, legal experts say. As an example, it took federal prosecutors two years to convict Timothy McVeigh and sentence him to death for the April 1995 bombing in Oklahoma City.
But Gary Solis, a law professor at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., remains baffled that prosecuting the Mahmoudiya slayings has lingered when so many other crimes in Iraq have come to a close.
The allegations of rape and murder at the hands of U.S. soldiers in July 2006 enraged the world community, including Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, who demanded full accountability.
The U.S. military promised justice.
Solis said trying Green in U.S. District Court undoubtedly reflects political pressure to ensure the most severe punishment for the crime's alleged ringleader.
"The death sentence is a dead letter in the military," Solis said. "If tried in the military, Green probably would not be sentenced to death. And if sentenced to death, it's questionable the sentence would ever be carried out."
|Re: The Rape Of Iraqi Women By Us Soldiers by RichyBlacK(m): 2:13pm On Dec 28, 2007|
Defense wants 2009 trial date for ex-US soldier accused in rape and slaying of Iraqi girl
2007-12-13 18:37:33 -
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (AP) - Defense attorneys on Thursday sought a delay in the trial for a former U.S. soldier accused of raping a 14-year-old Iraqi girl and killing her and her family.
Attorneys for Steven Green, who served with a Fort Campbell, Kentucky-based Army division, filed a motion stating the need time to prepare their case and arguing that an earlier date would be premature.
Green, a former private in the Fort Campbell-based 101st Airborne Division, is charged with the March 2006 rape and murder of Abeer Qassim al-Janabi and killing of three other members of her family.
Green was discharged from the Army before being arrested in North Carolina last year. He has pleaded not guilty in the case.
Federal prosecutors had sought an Aug. 4, 2008, trial date.
A hearing was scheduled later Thursday for arguments on the trial date.
The attack occurred at Mahmoudiya, a village 20 miles (32 kilometers) south of Baghdad in the heart of the country's «Triangle of Death.» The sentences of the four soldiers who served with Green and were convicted in the case range from 5 to 110 years.
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