Two weeks ago someone was allowed into Fallujah by the military to help bury bodies. They were allowed to take photographs of 75 bodies, in order to show pictures to relatives so that they might be identified before they were buried.

These pictures are from a book of photos. They are being circulated publicly around small villages near Fallujah where many refugees are staying.

The man who took them was only allowed to take photos and bury bodies in one small area of Fallujah. He was not allowed to visit anywhere else. Keep in mind there are at least 1,925 other bodies that were not allowed to be seen.

Information with some of the photos is from those identified by family members already.

One of the family members who was looking for dead relatives, shared these photos which were taken from that book.

Speaking on condition of anonymity, he told of what he saw in his village during the last few weeks.

“The Americans shot every boat on the river because people were trying to escape Fallujah by the river. They shot all the sheep, any animal people owned was shot. Helicopters shot all the animals and anything that moved in all the villages surrounding Fallujah during the fighting.”

He said that none of the roads into Fallujah, or around Fallujah were passable because anyone on them was shot. “I know one family that were all killed. There are no signs on these roads that tell people not to use them-so people don’t know they aren’t supposed to use them. No signs in English or Arabic!”

The photos are posted on Dahr's website.

A visitor made this comment,
Horrifying! I was in Baghdad and Fallujah and other parts of Iraq as a member of the Gulf Peace Team during Bush War 1. Beautiful friendly people who were warm towrds us even the Americans among us. Many of them have died of disease and ssanctions caused starvation in the 13 years since then. Now many others are lying dead in their streets with starving dogs eating their flesh.The Neocoms and Zionists who direct these human rights abuses are monsters and totally evil.

comment added: 11th December 2004

A visitor made this comment,
i am so, so, sorry – my heart goes out to you all. (sickened us citizen, glad to know the truth)

comment added: 11th December 2004

A visitor made this comment,
It is filled with career-minded family men and women who are more interested in "protecting their backside" than in the nation or society. Why should they? We are all of us divided. We can all agree on nothing. No wonder there is so much hate, bickering and dissenssion. There is also an abundance of fear, stress and insecurity. It is no wonder that we waged a war on alcohol drinking, powerty and then gambling and lost them all. Then we had a war on crime and narcotic addiction. Lost them too. Now we are losing one on terrorism. Recently, our troops opened up and killed an unarmed man in a josque! This is what happens to a society that is in decline. It is out of control.

At my website at:, I delve into the reasons why our society, as with all societies, eventually, is going into decline. There is only two eventual outcomes. One is that it sinks down into the "End Times" because of weapons of mass destruction (without the happy Biblical aftermath!), or it is eventually replaced. If it is going to ever be replaced, the time to begin planning and organizing for it is NOW.

comment added: 11th December 2004