The Aljazeera crew, including cameramen Layf Muftaq and Hasan Walid, sound engineer Sayf al-Din and correspondent Hamid Hadid, are the only media personnel inside the town.
Hospital sources said at least 52 Iraqis were killed and 90 injured in attacks on the besieged town of Falluja on Wednesday, said Aljazeera correspondent in Falluja, Ahmad Mansur.
"Iraqi medic Rafi al-Isawai said the number of casualities is expected to double," he added.
Another 53 Iraqis died in attacks overnight in the besieged town which American forces sealed off on Sunday. "More than 200 Iraqis, including women children, were injured in the past 24 hours," said Mansur.
Note from Infowars.com:
You notice we never see anything like this in the mainstream American press. Yesterday I tried to find a press photo of a marine casualty and the AP photo search turned NONE up.
The horrible, shameful truth about what is going on in Iraq is being hidden from us.
Don't forget want Barbara Bush said:
" Why should we hear about body bags and deaths and how many, what day it's gonna happen? It's not relevant. So why should I waste my beautiful mind on something like that?" — George W. Bush's mother Barbara on ABC/Good Morning America, March 18, 2003