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Female US soldier in Iraq targetted for kidnapping

by Chorus-Line A1-QMS / July 1, 2004 2:47 AM PDT
Female US soldier in Iraq targetted for kidnapping
[ THURSDAY, JULY 01, 2004 08:48:06 PM ]

WASHINGTON: Terrorists in the Abu Musab Zarqawi network in Iraq are specifically trying to kidnap an American female service member to further horrify the US public, senior defence officials were on Thursday quoted as saying.

The word is being passed within the network on the importance of taking one or more women hostages, The Washington Times reported quoting two senior US defence officers.
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Just one more reason........
by Del McMullen / July 1, 2004 3:08 AM PDT

...and possibly the biggest, IMO, why girls should not be
in "front line" units.

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May be a good time to get the girls out now that
by SteveGargini / July 1, 2004 5:36 AM PDT

the heat is off to some degree.
Hate to think of a nice lady soldier falling into the hands of those animals. Sad

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Another example of irresponsible reporting...
by Edward ODaniel / July 1, 2004 3:13 AM PDT

as this has been known for some time BUT it hasn't been bandied about as there are more than the two known networks plotting such and the others had not been concentrating on it but likely will now that they have been made fully aware of the implications.

Hopefully it will give ALL of them reason to REALLY think about ALL of the implications with a nation that insists on more than equal treatment for women.

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Does any NOT believe........
by Del McMullen / July 1, 2004 12:45 PM PDT

....that the pictures of Englund and Harmon (female US
military) in the Abu Ghraib incident, haven't given these
animals something to work with if they capture a woman ?

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Re: Does any NOT believe........
by Dan McC / July 1, 2004 11:09 PM PDT

By animals did you mean Englund and Harmon or those who are alleged to be planning to kidnap women?

Dan

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