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Hallo Liste!
Erst mal ein allgemeines Dankeschön für die vielen Medien-Tipps & Texte
der letzten Tage - überaus hilfreich!! (Ralf, was ist ein PM? ;-) Auf
die Schnelle eine Sammel-Mail mit einigen interessanten Texten/Quellen:

Journalisten im Krieg
Editor & Publisher APRIL 4, 2003, by Joe Strupp
Pentagon Won't Allow 'Embed' Replacements

International Federation of Journalists Media release 3 April 2003
IFJ Condemns Coalition Forces Over "Unacceptable Discrimination" on Media
April 4, 2003, by Annie Lawson, Lisa O'Carroll
Claims and counter claims made during the media war over Iraq,12823,921649,00.html

April 4, 2003, by Brendan Nyhan and Bryan Keefer
Myths and misconceptions about the war in Iraq
PsyOp/Public Diplomacy:
3 April 2003, by Nick Grace, CRW Washington
US releases $4m for resumption of INC TV broadcasts
(...) A US State Department official said on 2 April that the US
government has released $4m to enable the INC to re-start Hurriah TV.
Agreement having been reached on accounting and other reforms, the State
Department approved in principle a $7m grant to the INC late last year
to pay for its operations through June 2003. But bureacratic delays
prevented any of the money being released. On 31 March, a group of
senators wrote to President Bush uging him to intervene to speed up the
process, saying "It is critical that the Iraqi opposition be empowered
to speak to the Iraqi people so that they may join us in this important

Information Radio back on 4500 kHz
Friday 4 April 2003

New Psyop Frequencies Suggest the Emergence of the Northern Front
March 31, 2003

(no data, aber relativ aktuell)

Most Americans want UN to run Iraq
March 31 2003 19:37, by James Politi, Washington
While Americans are still overwhelmingly supportive of President George
W.Bush's decision to got to war with Iraq, a new poll suggests that they
do not believe the United Nations should now be considered irrelevant
because of its refusal to endorse military action.
A poll released on Monday by the University of Maryland's Program on
International Policy Attitudes suggested that 52 per cent of Americans
believe the UN should be in charge of governing post-war Iraq, while
only 30 believed the US should do it. (...)
US tells UN to Butt out
Wednesday, April 02, 2003
An extraordinary communication from the United States to UN 
representatives around the world has been leaked to Greenpeace. In it, 
the United States warns that the simple act of support for a General 
Assembly meeting to discuss the war will be considered "unhelpful and 
directed against the United States." They further threaten that invoking 
the Uniting for Peace resolution will be "harmful to the UN."
Full text of leaked document:
Recently Captured al Qaeda Leader Was Killed Last Year

Asia Times, 30 Oct 2002:
Ever since the frenzied shootout last month on September 11 in Karachi 
there have been doubts over whether Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the 
self-proclaimed head of al-Qaeda's military committee, died in the 
police raid on his apartment.
Now it has emerged that Kuwaiti national Khalid Shaikh Mohammed did 
indeed perish in the raid, but his wife and child were taken from the 
apartment and handed over to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), 
in whose hands they remain. (...)

New York Times, 2 March 2003:
Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, suspected of planning the Sept. 11 attacks on 
New York and Washington and one of the F.B.I.'s most wanted terrorists, 
was detained by Pakistani authorities this morning and is now in 
American custody, officials said. (...)

Reuters, 2 March 2003:
"Official: Key Al Qaeda Suspect Still in Pakistan"
Pakistan's interior minister denied reports on Sunday that suspected 
September 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed had been handed over to 
the United States and said he was still in Pakistan. (...)

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