Murdered Hostages Count: 31
I have come across the names of the 12 Nepali hostages. The post about their murder is here. Their deaths put the murdered hostage count at 31. May God send your killers to the torment that they deserve. Their names are below.
1) Daniel Pearl (Feb. 2, 2002)2) Martin Burnham (June 7, 2002) 3) Fabrizio Quattrocchi (April 16) 4) Nick Berg (May 12) 5) Hussein Ali Alyan (June 12) 6) Paul Johnson (June 18) 7) Kim Sun-il (June 22) 8) Keith M. Maupin (June 28) 9) Ivaylo Kepov (presumed dead) (probably July 14) 10) Georgi Lazov (July 13) (rant) 11) Sajad Naeem (July 28) 12)Raja Azad (July 28) 13) Murat Yuce (Aug. 1) 14) Uknown Egyptian National in Iraq (Aug. 11) 15) Mohammed Fawzi Abdaal Mutwalli (Aug. 13) 16) Khaled Abdul Messih (aka, Jamal Tewefic Salman) (Aug. 25) 17) Enzo Baldoni (Aug. 26) 18) Abdullah Ozdemir (Aug. 27) 19) Ali Daskin (Aug. 27) 20) Mangal Bahadur Limbu (Aug. 30) 21) Gyanendra Shrestha (Aug. 30) 22) Manoj Kumar Thakur (Aug. 30) 23) Bishnu Hari Thapa (Aug. 30) 24) Sanjay Kumar Thakur (Aug. 30) 25) Jit Bahadur Thapa Magar (Aug. 30) 26) Prakash Adhikari (Aug. 30) 27) Bodhan Kumar Sah Sudi (Aug. 30) 28) Bhekh Bahadur Thapa (Aug. 30) 29) Ramesh Khadka (Aug. 30) 30) Rajendra Kumar Shrestha (Aug. 30) 31) Lalan Singh Koiri (Aug. 30)
Posted by: Professor Moonbat at August 31, 2004 08:40 PM
Expect more during our election process. These Napalese were not soldiers; they worked for a Jordanian company and they were contractors. So whom were they really threatening? The Napelese or Jordan? Or did they not know. These people are not going to win, not as long as there is breath in every American and even the Nepalese government for this butchery. Them meeting their maker is not the answer. Let them live with Saddam in his garden and let him have his fun with them - then they'd get what they deserve. After all, Saddam still thinks he's the President of Iraq and that whatever laws that are there, he does not acknowlege because He thinks it's still Saddam's laws. Now THAT guy is truly evil in every sense of the word and as long as he is alive, he will always be feared by those people in Iraq. Why go through the Iraq courtroom when Hanging him in public would allay their fears.
I know the US Military could wipe out Iraq in a week if they wanted to; I just wish they had the go-ahead to do just that and wipe these people off the face of the earth.
Or we should take that new Glad Cling Wrap, wrap it over a particular part of our globe so whatever happens doesnt spill over to the rest of us and just wipe the whole area out so that there are no Muslims, Islamics, et al left on that continent. Get rid of that ARMPIT OF MISERY, blow up Mecca, Bethlehem, Jerusalem, the damn mosques and wipe all of the out. It is what they rightly deserve. Add the Philipines to it.
I'm getting really tired of this and the terrorists think they are winning. We focus mostly on what's bad and not what's good or what is good that is going on over there due to our soldiers and those of the coalition forces (82 countries). Terrorism never wins.
But unfortunately we have children in this crisis - what will Russia do?
Posted by: firstbrokenangel at September 01, 2004 12:40 PM
Maybe we should focus on the good we've done there and in Afghanistan. Or maybe we should focus on the heroes here at home. My dad was my hero, anyone want to hear about him? Granted, it's not as exciting as beheaded persons but maybe us bloggers should really consider showing the good stuff our troops and the coalition troops have done in both those countries.
Posted by: firstbrokenangel at September 01, 2004 12:54 PM
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