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It is unwise because of many unforeseen consequences that are likely to result.
It is immoral and unjust, because it had nothing to do with United States security and because Iraq had not initiated aggression against us." Congressman Ron Paul (How true that statement has proved to be).
The first known use of it as a pigment goes back to 6th and 7th century BCE wall paintings in Bamiyan, Afghanistan, the country where almost all of the lapis lazuli used in art was mined.
The planned war against Iraq without a Declaration of War is illegal.
Sadly, we will never be able to go and look at these monumental structures of beauty.
According to buddhist scriptures and the eyewitness account of Xuanzang a Chinese pilgrim, there was third huge statue.
— The first blue pigment to hold its color was often prized over gold.
The semi-precious stone lapis lazuli was ground into an iridescent pigment, sometimes called ultramarine, that seemed to shine when applied to the canvas.