Julien Ayroles from Tolouse, France writes:
When saw this site it immediatly hurt me. I remember it was a few year
ago in France I saw a report on TV call "une terre d'enfer" I saw
all these people disabled with this look as sad and as helpless I felt
like guilty because I can't do anything for all this poor people.
Landmines should be stopped as soon as possible, and i still don't understand
why the international community doesn't move ... but we know that it is
not used to changing - they talk ...
Richard Wilkin writes:
The problem with landmines is the fact that in WWII they we a necessary
defense weapon. Why do we still see them today? Simple, in the rush to
build the defense, only a general outline of the mine field is drawn. If
the man with the map dies, so too does the map. It's very unfortunate that
landmines still cause destruction today and I pray that we put our
Ahmed Samater from Toronto, Canada writes:
technologies to better use in the future.
This site is very well put together! Ease of use, informative and a
good cause. I commend you for your work!
Ahmed lives in Toronto, Canada, but originally was from a war torn
and landmine invested northern Somalia (currently known as the Republic
of Somaliland) where over a million landines continue to kill and maim
What an AWESOME page. I really like your collection keep up the great
work!! Terrific design and fascinating graphics. An asset to our
world wide growing anti-mine community.
Alan Hunsicker writes:
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Again, very well done and interesting! I have really enjoyed my stay.