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February 20, 2005 - Exclusive Election Photographs from Mosul













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A record of the election in Iraq, from someone there who was instrumental in making it a success.  My Army source has not yet had his text cleared for publication but tells me the pictures have been cleared.

 

Their Future…

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The lines to vote were impressive. (Notice snipers on the roof for protection – they are Iraqi soldiers)

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One of the long lines in Mosul…

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Some of the brave Iraqi who rose to the occasion.  Happy as can be.

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Retribution.  Each voter had to leave his/her fingerprint.

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Another picture of a well guarded voting site.  Again, Iraqi soldiers, the heroes of the day.

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Pictures from a Blackhawk - the Tigris River in Mosul

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Palaces on the Forward Observation Base

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The Blackhawk – and Baghdad International

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The chandelier in Al Faw palace…

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Palaces in Mosul… (note the dove in the last shot)  

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