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Wednesday, September 21, 2005 

500 "Civilians" Protest" UK "aggression" (read: SAS Rescued Before Lynch Mob Could Get Them)

BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) - About 500 civilians and policemen, some waving pistols and AK-47s, rallied Wednesday in the southern city of Basra and denounced "British aggression" following London's decision to use force to free two of its soldiers being held by Iraqi police. [...] The demonstrators in Basra shouted "No to occupation!" and carried banners condemning "British aggression and demanding the freed soldiers be tried in an Iraqi court as "terrorists."

Brittish aggression? No No to Occupation? Maybe if you wouldn't try to sneak them out of prisons and hand them over to militant groups the British wouldn't be "aggressive"? And maybe, if you would quit all this crap aimed at disrupting things you would see the Occupation go away sooner?

Just some more crazy ideas from me.

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