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PAN ARAB UNION FOR PEACE

NEWSLETTER UN Issue February 3, 1999 -------------------------------------------------------------------- DEDICATED TO A JUST PEACE IN IRAQ -------------------------------------------------------------------- 2/3/99 To the NYT editor: Your Barbara Crossette is so biased in her reporting of the Iraq atrocity that I no longer will read anything she writes. Please understand that the material enclosed herewith has gone out to the UN Security Council and I am asking for "full play" in reporting this matter -- someone other than BC. Most sincerely, Jean M. Temple,MBA (Ms.) 212.330.8274 jeantemple@hotmail.com --------------------------------------------------------------------- To: United Nations Security Council From: Jean M. Temple,MBA (Ms.) JMT/"Marvelous Mom"/Codename:GraceUnlimited Subject: IRAQ Date: February 2, 1999 Please be advised that the violation of the United Nations in spirit and truth that has resulted from the misleading of the world community by the United States of America MUST be addressed. To continue to abide the intolerable criminal leadings of the USA is to subvert the United Nations itself and has led to the predicament that the policy being pursued in Iraq is one of criminal acts of war. These acts violate not only the good people of Iraq but the United Nations Charter, the integrity of the United Nations, and the spirit of the world community which was necessary for the United Nations to be formed mid-century. Please consider this document and the meaning it conveys and work feverishly and diligently to end the atrocity that is ongoing in Iraq. In the Name of the Most High God, Most sincerely, Jean M. Temple,MBA (Ms.) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- U N I T E D N A T I O N S Resolution to End the Iraq Atrocity PART ONE: RETURN TO NORMALCY/A JUST PEACE FOR IRAQ I. IRAQ must be immediately free to conduct the affairs of government including the management and sale of oil. II. IRAQ must be immediately free to normalize both internal and external relations of a free and sovereign nation-state. III. IRAQ must be compensated as follows: a) for each man, woman and child whose death is attributable to economic sanctions, IRAQ shall receive, from the United States government, $50,000 US dollars; b) for each business contract IRAQ has foregone due to econ- omic sanctions, IRAQ shall receive, from the United States government, $1/$1000 of contract value as a token payment, i.e. a fine, for the unjust and criminal disregard for the health and well-being of the Iraqi people. PART TWO: CONDEMNATION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA I. The United States of America, their veto power and standing in the Council notwithstanding, shall have no vote in regard to this resolution. II. The United States of America shall be condemned by the nations of the world for their actions regarding IRAQ, to wit: a) for their continued intransigence after it became apparent that sanctions were resulting in starvation deaths in IRAQ, the United States of America stands condemned; b) for their belligerence as evidenced by their attempts on the life of Saddam Hussein, President of IRAQ, the United States of America stands condemned; c) for their funding of opposition groups and their continual instigating of violent overthrow of the duly-elected government of IRAQ, the United States of America stands condemned; d) for their violent bombing of the Sudan, Afganistan, and IRAQ the United States of America stands condemned; e) for their "miscalculation" on or about January 25, 1999 in which 11 IRAQI civilians lost their lives and at least 59 IRAQIS were injured, the United States of America stands condemned; f) for the destruction of private residences including the private home of Saddam Hussein's youngest child, Haila, the United States of America stands condemned; g) for the bombing of sites known to be presidential sites and which were mapped, inspected, and cleared of any chemical weapons, the United States of America stands condemned; h) for aiding and abetting the actions of UNSCOM that resulted in IRAQI intelligence information being "funneled" to the West (i.e. USA, UK, and Israeli apparati), the United States of America stands condemned; i) for the actions of the United States in spying by infil- trating UNSCOM, perhaps unbeknownst to UNSCOM leaders, the United States of America stands condemned; j) for the refusal of the United States to speak in terms of peace and for the refusal of the United States to act responsibly with regard to human rights of the IRAQI people, the United States of America stands condemned. Signed, Sealed and Delivered, Jean M. Temple, MBA ---------------------------------------------------------------------- R I G H T C A N A N D W I L L T R I U M P H O V E R M I G H T ALLAHU AKBAR -- HALLELUJAH Jean M. Temple,MBA (Ms.) JMT/"MARVELOUS MOM"/(codename:GraceUnlimited) WEBSITES NASSER HOMEPAGE http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Lobby/5270/ PAN ARAB UNION FOR PEACE HOMEPAGE http://members.tripod.com/~jeantemple/

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