Amnesty International is propagandizing a huge anti-US slant by saying we are responsible for most of the inhumane treatment to Iraqi civilians in the war. If you want to write them go to: www.amnesty.org.uk Here's what I told them: You guys are WAY off base with your human rights assessment in Iraq. The coalition has taken every precaution to avoid hurting anybody but defiant Iraqi troops. The market bombing HAS NOT been attributed to US missles and in all likely hood is presumed to have been either an Iraqi missle misfire or diliberate action against civilians for its own propaganda purposes. Your organization is showing little intergrity by promoting lopsided, non-factual allegations against the US while ignoring the inhumane actions that the Iraqi regime has been committing against the Iraqi civilians. So far in this war the IRAQI soldiers are: -Stealing civilians food. -Using civilians as human shields. -Executing those that are unwilling to fight for the regime. This list includes killing the families of even small boys and young teenagers if the boys refuse to fight. -Dressing as civilians to confuse American and British troops further increasing chances of civilians being fired upon. -Executing coalition POW's after they indicate surrender. -Parading POW's with illegal propaganda directly contradicting all Geneva Convention agreements. -Faking surrenders so to take pop-shots at coalition troops. -Preparing to use chemical and biological weapons in the presence of civilians as indicated by the recent recovery of protection suits and antidotes found at more than one location. -Reports out of coalition POW camps indicate that AlQueda is fighting on the side of the Iraqi army in Basra. That's right, terrorists fighting on the side of the Iraqi government. -Glorifying the US tragedy of 9-11 with a murial dipicting an Iraqi airline crashing into the towers. -Dressing as American and British soldiers and executing civilians to stir up reaction with the locals. This list is ever growing. Even if there are errant bombs from the coalition, it does not even compare to the atrocities continued to be practiced by a ruthless regime. Amnesty International needs to be more careful when trying to spew unfair, ultra-liberal OPINION against the effort to ultimately relieve these people from years of brutal oppression. Your OBJECTIVE attention to future developments in this conflict will help to encourage a better Iraq for it's present and future citizens. Rethink your approach...... PLEASE!