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Army, blood, curfew & death!
09/08/2007

The sheer magnitude of this so-called struggle for survival is so very large that it is engulfing almost everything.

This on-going devastation in the cloak of survival, peace or security is actually destroying most innocent lives. More than 2 million children have died & 12 million have been physically disabled or injured during the last decade due to these on-going wars. From Israel, Palestine to Yugoslavia & Sierra Leone, all these countries have not only used youngsters for wars, many more have become unwanted victims of crossfire. In Palestine alone, about 119 children have been killed directly & more than 700 due to the uprising. These ruinous wars not only leave children injured, orphaned & homeless, but also vulnerable to illness transmitted through unclean & poisonous environment, exacerbated food & water quality. This is complimented with psycho-social turmoil. War in essence gets over but the remnants linger in the premature minds of the hapless children. Almost any rational, would agree that these most innocent lives should be spared from these acts of violence. But such lofty proposals remain confined in the commission reports & seminars only while execution remains impractical. The reality however is far different.

By:- B&E
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