"These people died silently, complaining to God of a guilt they did not commit," Zahid Mohammed Rawi, a physician, said in the town of Husaybah. Rawi said that after roughly one week into Operation Steel Curtain, which began on Nov. 5, medical workers had recorded 97 civilians killed. At least 38 insurgents were also killed in the offensive's early days, Rawi said.
The above quote came from a Washington Post article called "US Airstrikes Take Toll on Civilians" which was published on December 24, 2005.
This article documents the ongoing murderous assault against the Iraqi civilians. It tells of hundreds killed in these bombings, and hints at the terror these people must have felt when the bombs were dropping.
I am so disgusted with the US authorities of kidnapping, torture, rape and murder of innocents and not-so-innocents. It is sickening. And dropping bombs on people is simply MURDER.