Hey, Diklik, American soldiers aren't known for suicide bombings, wise up, dummy:Yes, you're a full fledged nitwit and anti-semite!! ROFLMAO
No surprise there. Further proves you're a Waxturd puppet, he's been an anti-semite since day one!!
In GW Bush's war I think it's generally agreed about 600,000 innocent civilians were killed. But there were several hundred more in the first Gulf War. And between 500,000 and 1,000,000 Iraqis died -between- the wars, from diseases that would have been easily preventable or treatable."
It's alright, Blabby. Now that we know what sort of sick sockpuppet we're dealing with, we can treat you with the contempt you so richly deserve!!
Casualties of suicide bombings in Iraq, 2003-2010
Iraq Body Count data in new study in The Lancet shows huge and disproportionate toll on Iraqi civilians
3 September 2011
A new study, Casualties in civilians and coalition soldiers from suicide bombings in Iraq, 2003—10 (free access) published Sep 3 2011 in the British medical journal The Lancet provides the first detailed account of the impact of suicide bombs in Iraq since the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
The study reveals that at least 1003 suicide bombings caused civilian casualties in Iraq from 2003 to 2010. Despite their high frequency and devastating impact, this is the first time that their effects have been rigorously examined in their own right.
For the first time, researchers describe the impact of suicide bombs on both Coalition military forces and Iraqi civilians. They found that that the disparity between the numbers killed has been vastly different between the two cases, with 60 times as many civilians killed as soldiers (12,284 vs. 200). This disparity is extreme by any standard, and evidence that civilians are not just the "collateral damage" of suicide bombers in Iraq but an intended target.