Pulitzer Prize Given to Terrorists
The Pulitzer Prize has been "Awarded to the Associated Press Staff for its stunning series of photographs of bloody yearlong combat inside Iraqi cities."What photographs won for Breaking News Photography? The 20 photographs can be found here. 5 of the 20 photos were taken by journalists who were working with terrorist forces. 11 of the 20 photos would likely cause anti-American inflamation. Only two show Americans in a positive light. Three more show the victims of terrorism. Included in the 5 photos are 1 photo taken by Bilal Hussein [more background on Bilal Hussein here and here] of terrorist forces firing at the U.S. in Fallujah. Another photo identified as taken by a 'stringer' shows terrorists murdering an Iraqi election worker. Both of these photos are by individuals who saw Geneva Convention crimes and did nothing to stop them. Both photos indicate also that the individuals who took them had prior knowledge to the crimes being committed. Of the remaining 15 photos, 2 show prisoners receiving harsh treatment by U.S. forces [here and here]. One more shows a dead child identified as being killed by the U.S. Another photo, taken by Khalid Mohammed, shows the residents of Fallujah rejoicing as they hang the charred bodies of dead American civilians on a bridge. The famous photo that caused Kos to cry 'screw them.' The family of an alleged Abu Ghraib victim is also shown mourning. Displaced children from the Fallujah conflict are also shown, the exact story Giuliana Sgrena was working on when she was taken hostage. Only these two photos are positive. One shows the humanity of soldiers on patrol. The other one shows soldiers praying for a fallen comrade. But even the last one might be interpreted as defeatist. To their credit, at least three photos show the victims of terrorism. See, fair and balanced. No photos show U.S. troops rebuilding Iraq. No photos show U.S. troops playing with kids in the street. No photos show the results of the first democratic election in Iraq. No photos show the thousands of freed prisoners from Saddam's tyrranical rule. The Jawa Report must therefore decline it's Pulitzer Prize. I might consider taking the $10,000 reward as soon as the Pulitzer committee stops hating America. Thanks to Avenue for the tip. Update 4/06: I have a new post up about the controversy. The most important photos is not the ones currently stirring up such emotions in the blogosphere. Instead, two other photos clearly show that the AP has ties to terrorists and insurgents fighting the U.S. Update: Vivi e-mails to remind us that the Associated Press is a non-profit organization. So here we have a group that has terrorist sympathizers on their payroll yet is tax exempt? There is something wrong with this picture. I wonder if the Finance Committe might look into that status? UPDATE: A lot of other fine bloggers have important things to say on this topic. You can find them by checking out the fatwas issued below. Especially good, in my not-so-humble opinion, are Michelle Malkin's take and that of Riding Sun (via the blogfather Charles Johnson) who has a very similar take as my own. If you're new to The Jawa Report why not surf around? Maybe, add us to your favorites list? And if you're a blogger please, for the love of all that is holy, add us to your blogroll!! If you don't, the terrorists have already won.
Others: Joyner missing the real story here. Cranky and Mark cheer Jawa, will receive fatwa ASAP. Eric has some pics more fitting the Pulitzer. Itsalanche from Dr. Glenn Reynolds.
Posted by: Collin Baber at April 04, 2005 06:45 PM
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Posted by: Mr.Atos at April 04, 2005 11:10 PM
You gotta learn you can't let a bunch of facts get in the way of a good gig, man.
Posted by: RicardoVerde at April 04, 2005 11:22 PM
Posted by: Red at April 04, 2005 11:49 PM
For whatever reason Pulitzer has clearly demonstrated through the majority of these pictures why we have an obligation to be in IRAQ taking care of business.
Posted by: Mr E.M.T. at April 05, 2005 12:03 AM
Posted by: Collin Baber at April 05, 2005 12:45 AM
The "bloody war" you refer to - we removed a man who killed 2 million of his own people. That is bloody. We are installing the seed of freedom in the worst place of all - and the sound is being heard all over the world.
It was also "bloody" to fight Hitler - but thank God we did. Or we would all be saying "Gott seit dank".
Posted by: GreatDane at April 05, 2005 03:37 AM
• U.S. troops injured, dead, or mourning: 3
(2, 3, 11)
• Iraqi civillians harmed by the war: 7
(4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 13, 18)
• Insurgents looking determined or deadly: 3
(6, 15, 20)
• US troops looking overwhelmed or uncertain: 3
(7, 12, 14)
• US troops controlling Iraqi prisoners: 2
• Iraqis celebrating attacks on US forces: 2
Equally telling is what the photos don't show:
• US forces looking heroic: 0
• US forces helping Iraqi civillians: 0
• Iraqis expressing support for US forces: 0
• Iraqis expressing opposition to insurgents: 0
Posted by: GaijinBiker at April 05, 2005 03:56 AM
So instead of worrying about what the picture is going to do, why don't you try acknowledging that it freaking happened. Why don't you acknowledge that innocents are dying everyday. Everyone loves to remind us that 3000 innocents died on 9-11. Why is it that everytime a photo reminding us that over 18,000+ innocents have died in Iraq turns up you dismiss it as "terrorist propoganda."
Put aside your paranoid propoganda fears and pray for the poor child and the rest of the people in iraq who have to put up with that shit. The worst thing you can do is PRETEND like that little child didn't die at all.
Now go ahead and call me a traitor. I would rather be a traitor and mourn the losses of this war (ON BOTH SIDES) than be a heartless ignorant who pretends its not happening at all.
Posted by: Jim at April 05, 2005 04:12 AM
Please be assured, this dissenter of the Bushian Cult wants peace, order and good government in Iraq. I pray every day for Zarqawi's capture.
Posted by: Collin Baber at April 05, 2005 07:37 AM
Greyrooster: Shall we toast our leader with a Jonestown martini?
Posted by: Young Bourbon Professional at April 05, 2005 08:37 AM
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 08:48 AM
Posted by: Carlos at April 05, 2005 09:02 AM
By Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX)
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 09:08 AM
Hey, that aprostophe shouldn't be in there. Maybe you should learn how to use punctuation correctly before criticizing Pulitzer Prizes awarded for journalism.
Posted by: Terrence at April 05, 2005 09:09 AM
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Posted by: Young Bourbon Professional at April 05, 2005 09:48 AM
Posted by: Hank Hill at April 05, 2005 10:02 AM
Learn how to spell apostrophe.
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Posted by Young Bourbon Professional at April 5, 2005 09:48 AM
YBP, I know in your heart you don't really believe that.
Did you check out those horrific pictures? The people look like leather with bones and teeth coming through.
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 10:37 AM
Posted by: Young Bourbon Professional at April 05, 2005 10:49 AM
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Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 11:24 AM
WP is a chemical weapon of mass destruction.
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 11:26 AM
Posted by: Defense Guy at April 05, 2005 11:42 AM
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Posted by: Young Bourbon Professional at April 05, 2005 12:08 PM
Posted by: Rusty Shackleford at April 05, 2005 12:08 PM
"Hey!! There is a pic of a dead baby!!! Let's blame it on the American troops!!"
"But....where is your evidence that American troops did that?"
"SHUT UP DO NOT QUESTION MY LOGIC I AM RIGHT!!!"
The libby m00nbats do not understand war
and thank GOD they lost the last election
Posted by: bunnymud at April 05, 2005 12:10 PM
Posted by: Rod Stanton at April 05, 2005 12:17 PM
On a practical matter, this is a war where the enemy use suicidal fanatics to drive explosive filled vehicles of various types into US or Iraqi troops and civilians. When a vehicle ignores posted signs, barriers, yelling, hand waving, and warning shots and keeps getting closer then we shoot the vehicle. The bad guys rarely wear anything indentifiable as a uniform. And they will carry the wife and kids along during battle hoping that gets them past or close to US forces. US troops are never happy about these accidental shootings. For that matter, accidental shootings of one's own troops or friendly civilians has a long, sad history in war and also police work.
The caption I have seen accompanying the photo of the dead child gives no indication of the circumstances of the shooting. Was it during the open warfare in Sadr City last year? Was it a checkpoint mishap? As usual the press is very bad at giving any context to events in Iraq, other than that of an anti-US troops or of an 'anti-US in general' nature. I saw it my first tour in Iraq and it continues into my second.
Posted by: KJB43 at April 05, 2005 12:23 PM
The idea that these types of rounds would be used as anti-personnel weapons is not realistic. Since artillery batteries have much more destructive rounds at their disposal, it wouldn't make sense to use WP in that manner. The artillery batteries would be miles away, and if the 'evil' US forces wanted to destroy a village full of 'innocent' Iraqis, I'm sure we'd use high explosives to much greater effect. Of course, if we wanted to give anti-US media outlets a reason to bewail the visciouness of our evil weapons, then perhaps WP would do in a pinch.
Posted by: nobody important at April 05, 2005 12:36 PM
Uh, are we discussing Saddam's evil regime? Are we discussing Rwanda, Darfur or the Congo? NO. Very silly of you to question my anguish by demanding to know my feelings on other massacres occuring in the world. Should I list everything that is fucked up in the world next time in order to justify my feelings about Iraq? That would be a very long post.
The matter in discussion here is that MANY PEOPLE choose to ignore the fact that innocent iraqis are dying everyday (due to both insurgents and US collateral or mistargeted damage). When photos documenting this unfortunate loss of life turn up, they dismiss them as "terrorist propoganda." I feel that instead of worrying about politics, people should acknowledge the ugliness of war and mourn the loss of innocent life instead of denouncing the photos.
As for those who love to bring up Saddam's evil regime as if it excuses the fact that thousands of Iraqis have died throughout this war, I will say this: Yes Saddam was a monster. Yes he killed his own people. Yes he needed to be overthrown. However, I feel that there were other options. I feel that in this day and age, there is ALWAYS a better option other than WAR. Why not snipe the fucker? Why not instigate a coup or encourage a revolution. I think any option other than invasion would have resulted in less casualties than we have right now. If you can prove that Saddam killed 18,000+ Iraqis (and 3000 US soldiers) every year then perhaps I will change my views on this war. Otherwise, I will believe that there was a better way.
You see KJB43, I didnt want to come out and object to the War outright...I was just making a case for the AP photos in question. You see I dont think there is a point to complain about this War because now that it has started there is no other option but to see it through. Obviously the worst thing that can happen now is for us to leave this situation in its current state. But you bringing up all those other examples of inhumanity simply proves my point. Why make matters worse by adding to the loss of life? With that said, I think it is YOU that is CHEAP and PATHETIC.
Posted by: Jim at April 05, 2005 01:17 PM
Silly liberal, willy pete doesn't melt flesh, it freaking incinerates it! Do you know how you can tell you got a handful of WP? You don't have a hand anymore!
But you know what might make them dead folks look the way the do? Fire. Good old fashioned fire.
Poor, deluded liberal. So sad. When the vast majority of decent Iraqis agree with us and are glad we put Saddam in a cell, guess who that leaves for you to be friends with? First hint: You can't visit Saddam.
Posted by: Pablo at April 05, 2005 01:23 PM
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 01:26 PM
Are you serious? Snipe him? You think nobody ever tried that? And for what, to put Uday/Qusay in power? Rumor has it that that coup was about to be put into play when we showed up. That would have been an improvement, huh? Revolution? They've tried that too. Ever hear of Halabja? How about the Shia uprising after GW I? Any idea how that worked out?
You know what we didn't try? We didn't ask nicely for Saddam to please stop slaughtering people, pillaging their wealth and just leave them alone and be nice to everyone.
I'm sure he would have done that, because a nice guy like Saddam understands that there is ALWAYS a better option than WAR.
I'll bet the Kuwatis understand that too, huh?
Posted by: Pablo at April 05, 2005 01:31 PM
I wonder how many innocents stayed behind in Falujjah. I read a report that men between the ages of 16 and 60 were turned back and not allowed to evacuate.
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 01:33 PM
Posted by: Jim at April 05, 2005 01:34 PM
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 01:41 PM
What ways of killing the enemy do you approve of, silly liberal? Why don't you go back to uruknet and ask your jihadi friends how they'd like to be killed? Inquiring minds....
Posted by: Pablo at April 05, 2005 01:44 PM
Posted by: Jim at April 05, 2005 01:46 PM
Posted by: Pablo at April 05, 2005 01:49 PM
Posted by: Jim at April 05, 2005 01:50 PM
Uday was still hearty enough to be raping and killing, and those folks have been coming to power by killing each other for a long time.
We all know there were no WMD
So what was in all those trucks that crossed into Syria while we advanced toward Baghdad? If you know what wasn't in them, surely you know what was.
Posted by: Pablo at April 05, 2005 01:54 PM
Well, it was in Fallujah you "silly" blood lusting fascist.
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 01:55 PM
Posted by: Pablo at April 05, 2005 01:57 PM
greg finds some idiotic thing like "WP is a WMD!" and just can't let go of it, regardless of the facts. You're not that stupid, are you?
Posted by: Pablo at April 05, 2005 01:59 PM
Now you're making stuff up. Face it, when Bush said they had WMD it was a lie so scared Mommies would send their babies to war. The first casualty of war is the truth and your truth is in a body bag. Silly!
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 02:03 PM
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 02:06 PM
In WWII we said the BUCK--TOOTHED Japs were bayonetting Phillipino babies and that Philipino mothers were jumping off cliffs with baby in hand to avoid dying at the end of a bayonnet.
These are "silly" lies used to provoke themmasses into a war pitched hysteria and make everybody "silly".
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 02:13 PM
But, since I know you've got the IQ of a goldfish, I won't bother. You really should be back at uruknet sucking up the slop you're fed.
Posted by: Pablo at April 05, 2005 02:23 PM
Remember, it is far worse for us to have killed 18,000 or so Iraqi's than it was for Saddam to have killed hundreds of thousands, to have rape rooms, to have spent the money designated for the starving children on palaces and bribes, to have actually used WMD both on Iran and the Kurds, to have started multiple wars against his neighbors, and to have financed and harbored terrorism in the region. Why? Well, you see Bush 'lied', the US once allowed slavery......
Posted by: Defense Guy at April 05, 2005 02:24 PM
Posted by: Jim at April 05, 2005 02:24 PM
It's impossible to have an intelligent discussion with someone who is remarkably unintelligent, such as our friend greg. If you've got an argument, by all means present it. At this point, greg ought not bother.
Posted by: Pablo at April 05, 2005 02:31 PM
What went to Syria? I want to hear this BS about how the Syyrians have WMD and we should attack them next. The lie worked once. You fascists should stick with it. Who should we get next?
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 02:33 PM
Posted by: Jim at April 05, 2005 02:34 PM
A revolution would well have led to those very people who are blowing people up being in power today, rather than allowing the people to choose. Your idea that the only problem in Iraq as recently as 2 years ago was that Saddam was torturing and killing people is quite telling. Will you now make some lame ass retort about Abu Gahrib or the bombing of innocents as a wat to make them 'equal'?
Posted by: Defense Guy at April 05, 2005 02:38 PM
Quick, go tell all your friends.
Posted by: Pablo at April 05, 2005 02:39 PM
Prove to me that Saddams regime was crippled, put up or shut up.
Posted by: Defense Guy at April 05, 2005 02:39 PM
Posted by: nobody important at April 05, 2005 02:40 PM
Posted by: Pablo at April 05, 2005 02:44 PM
Of course the demand to prove what Saddam might have done with the extra 9 months in 2003 is hard to accommodate.
Posted by: Defense Guy at April 05, 2005 02:50 PM
1. Remains of baathist party who supported Suddam.
2. Terrorists from all over the middle east and beyond who have been manipulated by radical "muslims" who promote a twisted version of Islam. They are in Iraq for the sole purpose of fighting against the US, causing mayhem and getting attention for their sick cause.
IF a revolution did indeed take place, I doubt the people who were tired of Suddam's regime would allow a successor from the baathist party or some terrorist. Who knows how it would have ended up. I am not going to assume that suddently everything would have been fine and they would elect a new leader. Perhaps the country would have been hurled into Civil war. But at least the current situation would have been avoided. A situation where iraqis who are trying to sign up for the national guard or a position in office are immediately assasinated by terrorists who use the excuse that "they are helping the US" as a justification for murder. If the US was not involved, then the terrorists would have no excuse. They would simply be killing iraqis and they would face the same opposition as suddam's regime. I doubt they would even be involved as much as they are now.
Put up or shut up? I will when you practice what you preach.
Posted by: Jim at April 05, 2005 02:54 PM
This isn't quite accurate. It was "buck-toothed NIPS"
Posted by: Young Bourbon Professional at April 05, 2005 02:54 PM
Posted by: Young Bourbon Professional at April 05, 2005 03:01 PM
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 03:02 PM
But really, the whole "bushitler" tagline is frankly getting old, it'd be nice if those who use it would go out of their way and thought up some new attempts to insult/amuse.
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Posted by: Jim at April 05, 2005 03:05 PM
As for WP we have weapons far more effective than that for killing people. You'd get a much higher kill rate with high explosive and shrapnel. WP is often used for illumination and cover purposes. Trying to kill people with is would be like trying to stab someone with a spoon while leaving your knife in your pocket. It's possible, but why would you bother? It wouldn't make any sense.
Posted by: Pablo at April 05, 2005 03:05 PM
These people could give a darn about the Iraqis and democracy. Basically there just out to avenge 9-11. Afghanistan wasn't enough for these bloood lusters. Now it's Iraq.And when they're done killing brown people in Iraq they'll find some brown muslims somewhere else to kill/"liberate".75% of Americans think that Iraq had something to do with 9-11 and about an equal amount think that we found WMD in Iraq. You can''t reason with these IGNORant people.
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 03:09 PM
Posted by: Pablo at April 05, 2005 03:11 PM
Posted by: Jim at April 05, 2005 03:16 PM
as a Catholic you should know bettter than to speak such evil about an entire religion. JPII knew better and tried to teach us so. He may be dead but you can still learn from him.
Some of our religious leaders have made some outrageous quotes too. But I don't blame all Christians I just assume a "christian" who didn't know what he was saying let his mouth flap a little.
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 03:17 PM
Greg: I'm not speaking "evil" about a religion, I'm speaking the truth. Islam as a false religion by several Popes. The idea that "all roads lead to heaven" has been labeled as indifferentism and latitudinarianism by a past pope--heresies. JPII "dialogued" with leaders of other religions, but this does not mean that the Church condones these religions as pleasing to God. many of the faithful were confused by some of these actions. And the confusion continues. The ambiguous writings of Vatican II again rear their ugly heads.
Posted by: Young Bourbon Professional at April 05, 2005 03:34 PM
Many more popes were even harsher on "the Jesus killers", but JPII reached out for a reconciliation with Jews, Muslims and Orthodox Christians, inter alia. JPII is being mourned in Muslim countries. I'm sure the next pope will continue on this path.
Posted by: greg at April 05, 2005 04:00 PM
Posted by: Young Bourbon Professional at April 05, 2005 04:06 PM
There was another accusation by an Egyptian who escaped the terrorists who were holding him captive in Fallujah. He told reporters that a stringer used by Al Jazeera filmed him prior to his expected execution.
It is odd Pulitzer left that off the list of honorable reporting from Iraq. Cooperating with terrorists to film hostage videos seems to be on par with the level of journalistic integrity that the Pulitzer committee recognizes of late.
Posted by: Cog at April 05, 2005 04:35 PM
Posted by: Defense Guy at April 05, 2005 04:42 PM
There. Hope that helps.
Posted by: MakeMineRed at April 05, 2005 04:49 PM
Pablo you are wasteing your time. As I mentioned before. A snake is a snake and a traitor is a traitor. It's more productive to hang them than listen to them.
Posted by: greyrooster at April 05, 2005 05:50 PM
I thought you were already on the Riding Sun blogroll, but much to my dismay, it appears you are not. Rest assured that this situation will be remedied shortly.
Posted by: GaijinBiker at April 05, 2005 05:58 PM
Posted by: Rusty Shackleford at April 05, 2005 05:59 PM
Its rather ironic that the most ignorant asshole on this blog is the one that points this out.
Posted by: Jim at April 05, 2005 06:11 PM
Posted by: Jim at April 05, 2005 06:19 PM
Later asshats, I'm going to find an unpolluted comment thread around here.
Posted by: Beth at April 05, 2005 09:47 PM
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Posted by: Defense Guy at April 06, 2005 08:44 AM
We went to war over WMDs. We can't give a Pulitzer for a picture of nothing.
Second, newspapers are NOT PR agencies of the United States goverment (unless your name is the NY Times and your reporter is Judith Miller).
If you don't like it, watch the mind control of Faux News.
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Posted by: Defense Guy at April 06, 2005 03:46 PM
Posted by: greyrooster at April 06, 2005 06:40 PM
We're still waiting for you to verify the Fallujah quote claim.
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Check out www.fredoneverything.net and you'll see what I mean.
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