Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) December 5, 2005
"Back From Iraq: The U.S. Soldier Speaks" is a documentary featuring candid interviews with four soldiers who have returned from the front lines of the War in Iraq. Soldiers interviewed include Jimmy Massey, Patrick Resta, Jeff Key and Joseph Mahfouz. Topics covered include civilian deaths in Iraq, threats to the security of personnel on US military bases, the equipment and training given to the Iraqi National Guard, the use of radioactive munitions by U.S. soldiers, Geneva Convention violations, and soldiers' concerns regarding the long term impact of the Iraq war on U.S. National Security. The film premieres Friday December 9 at 8PM in Beverly Hills. For complete details on how to reserve your seat, visit http://www.backfromiraqmovie.com.
Are you tired of wondering what's going on in Iraq? More than two thousand U.S. soldiers have been killed, more than fifteen thousand have been wounded, tens of thousands of Iraqi civilians have died and more than two hundred billion dollars have been spent. And yet, every month, the number and severity of insurgent attacks increases.
Is the U.S. losing the war in Iraq?
The "Back From Iraq: The U.S. Soldier Speaks" documentary features interviews with four soldiers who tell you what you haven't heard from cable news networks or the mainstream media.
Jimmy Massey, a U.S. Marine Staff Sergeant and trained infantry man, who served as both Parris Island Trainer and Marine Recruiter, tells you what he saw that made him decide to abandon a twelve year career in the US Marine Corp to become a pro-soldier/anti-war activist.
Jeff Key, a U.S. Marine with deep religious convictions, discusses the impact of the war on U.S. Soldiers and the tremendous price he fears the people of the U.S. may have to pay for becoming the "the most hated and feared nation in the world."
Patrick Resta, who served in Iraq with the North Carolina Army National Guard as a Medic, describes his experiences with the Iraqi National Guard, how children are being injured and killed as a result of US Military action, and how the U.S. government and mainstream media have misled the people of the United States about the course of the war.
Joseph Mahfouz, a U.S. Army solider who served in Tikrit, describes his experiences working alongside members of the Iraqi National Guard, reasons behind the rise of the Iraqi insurgency and the security of U.S. military bases in Iraq.
Each of these men served for months in Iraq. They have a first person understanding of the Iraqi people living under occupation. They reveal the enormous toll this war is taking on the U.S. military.
Watching this documentary will help you understand why the efforts of the U.S. military to secure Iraq have not succeeded, and why the war in Iraq will have a significant impact on U.S. national security in the months and years to come.
This film is a "must see" for anyone who has had a family member serving in Iraq, or for those who want to secure the United States against all enemies both foreign and domestic.
To attend the the "Back from Iraq: The U.S. Soldier Speaks" premiere, RSVP by following the instructions at http://www.backfromiraqmovie.com.
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