Counters. For deaths of Palestinians, Americans,
Israelis, Iraqis, Coalition, etc.. Wounded, too. Also, war
resisters and refuseniks in Israel. Counters, banners, graphs, web
pages, casualty lists, setup info, HTML code, etc.. And
links to much more. Wikipedia: Casualties of the Iraq War
code for banners, counter boxes. [TopLink]
About the banners and counter boxes in the sections below.
Just copy and paste the code into your webpages. You
may need to paste it into
Notepad or another plain text editor
first as an intermediate step. Then copy the code from the text editor
it into the HTML of your webpage. This intermediate- step method
usually prevents the problem of character
substitution. Make sure the code is the same in your webpage
as it is here,
and that it works. Then, you can experiment and edit the code in any
Any link or message can be used with this banner. To
read the message
place your cursor over the image without clicking it. After reading the
click the banner to go to the webpage. The current link goes to a
mirror of the webpage that you are reading now. For the clickable
banner above here is the HTML below to paste into your web pages. It
assumes that you have an images folder to place the image in. Use the
appropriate HTML for your images folder.
title="Most were civilian deaths. Add this to your site. Click for
banner code, stat sources, charts, links, and casualty
Israelis refuse military service in occupied territories of
Gaza and West
Bank. For more info, banners, HTML code, many links, etc.,
click: http://oznik.com/news/021225.html For the clickable banner above here is the code to paste into
title="Israelis refuse military service in occupied territories of Gaza
and West Bank. Click for latest info and banner."
The code farther down will create the counter box.
It can be copied and pasted almost anywhere into the HTML code for your
There is one problem with this counter. If the antiwar.com site that
counter values has problems or is overwhelmed with hits, then it will
or not pass on those values to the counter box on your webpages. When
happens, then the webpages with the counter box also load very slowly,
or not at
all. So it is better to load the counter almost by itself on a webpage.
if it doesn't open up right away, then nothing else of importance will
by the webpage not opening up.
The code for this counter and its variations can be adapted in
any way. The code below
does not require any other code or files on your website. It pulls its
wounded and death counts from the antiwar.com server online.
<!--Iraq casualties box. Copy and adapt for any
<table border="1" cellspacing="0" bgcolor="#FFFFCC"
<p><font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica,
target="_blank"><b>American Deaths in
document.write(' since war began March 20, 2003. ');
document.write(' since May 1, 2003 Bush carrier speech on end of "major
document.write(' since May 1, 2003.');
<!--end of Iraq casualties box-->
*January 2003. Colin Powell: Arafat Not Entirely To Blame For
Failure. "Secretary of State Colin Powell said in Switzerland
that Israel must offer Palestinians more than a 'phony state
diced into a
thousand different pieces.' What will surely be missed by the
media is that this statement flies directly in the face of the line
most U.S. and Israeli officials regarding the failed Camp David
Following the failure of the Taba talks in January, 2001,
most U.S. government
officials have been complicit in propagating the myth that Arafat was
blame for the failure of the Camp David talks."
http://dc.indymedia.org/newswire/display/48313 and http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cannabisaction/message/677
the link below are excellent maps of the
West Bank sliced up by settlements.
A comment under a map: "At last July's Camp David summit the Israeli
delegation spoke of 'territorial concessions' to the Palestinians. But
proposals were not released in any official text still less recorded on
That is why the Jerusalem Task Force from Orient House (which
Palestinian interests in Jerusalem), drew up this map on the
information from the Palestinian delegation to the summit.
Ehud Barak's [Israeli
Prime Minister at the time] Palestinian state is shown as a West
territory divided into three and further subdivided by roads reserved
settlers plus the Gaza Strip." http://sf.indymedia.org/news/2003/01/1568453_comment.php
Article with maps in the comments section.