U.S. soldiers in Iraq use Internet as a new and unique leverage to express their concerns over not being back to their homes.
U.S. soldiers in Iraq use Internet as a new and unique leverage to express their concerns over not being back to their homes. These people hat George Bush's plans since they believe that he has decreased the financial benefits of the soldiers. Observer Newspaper wrote yesterday: "their emails show that they see themselves in front of the Iraqi resistance. In addition, U.S. soldiers' chat shows that their situation is becoming worse." This paper adds: "an internet website by David Hakorth, who has been a soldier himself, is a chance for the U.S. soldiers to express their feelings." This site receives 500 email each day from U.S. soldiers in Iraq and in these emails they complain about the situation and especially the behavior of their commanders and…" This paper added that some vets are going to form an association to review the issue of returning of the U.S. soldiers. One of these people is "Eric Jostavson" who was present in the 3rd Gulf war in 1991. He has formed an association called "Vets' campaign to illuminate Public Opinion".

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