Get em’ while they’re hot…

Things are moving on apace with the ‘We Can’t Turn Them Away” blog campaign in support of Iraqis working for UK Forces who now find themselves under threat of torture and/or murder by local militias and death squads.

As you may have seen, the campaign is attracting widespread support from bloggers of just about all political persuasions, from journalists, newspapers and others working in the MSM and from mainstream politicians in all political parties – and to help spread the word even further we’ve now got around to releasing two sets of blog ‘furniture’ for use by anyone supporting the campaign.

First the horizontal animated banners, suitable for inclusion in blog posts…

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And now the skyscraper banners for blog siderbars…

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There may well be a central information blog to link to shortly, but in the meantime if you need a suitable link to go with your preferred banner then go for the post that started it all…

We can’t turn them away

21 thoughts on “Get em’ while they’re hot…

  1. I worked as a reporter in Iraq and agree Iraqis who worked with the army should be given safe refuge. I wonder if media organisations who employed Iraqi journalists, photographers, cameramen, drivers and interpreters, often to go to areas where westerns couldn’t, will also seek to protect their employees by asking the government to give them refuge. I doubt it.

  2. I wonder if media organisations who employed Iraqi journalists, photographers, cameramen, drivers and interpreters, often to go to areas where westerns couldn

  3. i don’t know how many journalists/media personnel have been killed to date in Irag. But when i went it was just under 60. The vast majority being Iraqis. I think that answers the question.

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