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Where is the outrage for Jill Carroll?

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Submitted by Layla (United States), Feb 20, 2006 at 00:42

Saddam Hussein tortured people for 30 years at Abu Graib. Where are the pictures? Where was the outrage?

When Americans saw what happened at Abu Graib, they stopped the injustice in less than 1 year.

Jill Carroll and another 40 civilian journalists, curiosity-seekers and peace activists are imprisoned by Moslems.

Who takes photographs of their conditions? Where is the outrage in the Moslem world? Is this the Moslem religion?
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