The people the U.S. helped to liberate are being abused all over again.
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A Muslim man's split-second decision saved hundreds of lives in his home country. Credit: Credit: Twitter Fear-mongering in the U.S. has culled a large percentage of citizens into believing that ISIS is synonymous with all Muslim believe
This week's Chilcot report on Britain's role in the 2003 invasion of Iraq was as polite and guarded as a proper English tea party.
Sir John Chilcot, a member of the British establishment and also a member of the Butler Inquiry, the responsibility of which was to determine if the so-called "intelligence" used as the excuse for the US/UK invasion of Saddam Hussein's Iraq was
Denunciations of Tony Blair as the evil architect of Britain's involvement in the Iraq War often dominate discussions of what happened there and many will look to the Chilcot inquiry to provide further evidence of his guilt.
In a damning commentary on the rush to invade Iraq, Sir John Chilcot's inquiry found "diplomatic options had not" at the time "been exhausted. Military action was therefore not a last resort" -- as then Prime Minister Tony Blair led the pe
Today's release of the long-awaited "Chilcot Report" on the UK's participation in the 2003 Iraq war is a stark reminder of the lies that UK and US leaders used to fuel the war machine. When do we get our own commission to hold the US liars responsibl
For the third time in a week terrorists carried out a mass slaughter of civilians - with ISIS claiming responsibility.
Five weeks after a military operation began, a senior Iraqi commander declared Sunday that the city of Fallujah was "fully liberated" from the Islamic State group, giving a major boost to the country's security and political leadership in its fight a
It's been an open secret that the US organized and enabled two of the three major events in modern Iranian history: the overthrow of the democratically elected Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh in 1953 and the Shah's subsequent reign of terror (a
Our real enemies are not those living in a distant land whose names or policies we don't understand;
"Several hundred" innocent families were trapped in the center of the bloody battle for the Islamic State's Iraqi hub of Fallujah, used as human shields for the terror group, the United Nations refugee agency warned on Tuesday as a leading aid group
The Iraq defence ministry claims to have isolated the city but the jihadis are holding the people hostage so they can hide behind them
Iraqi forces fired on Islamic State fighters in Saqlawiyah, 45 miles west of Baghdad in the early hours of Saturday May 28, as part of their effort to drive the militants out of Fallujah.
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It's Friday, it's Iraq, and there's still no vote on the cabinet nominated over a month ago. That means mass protests, and as with recent weeks, the rallies centered around the walled-off Green Zone, with many protesters forcing their way in, a
ISIS Takes Credit for Largest Bombing
In a televised speech, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi warned that the political impasse has given the Islamic State militants a helping hand. Parliament's resistance to political change has caused massive protests in Baghdad that divert security fo
The temporary takeover of the Iraqi parliament building and other facilities in the fortified Green Zone in central Baghdad by followers of Muqtada al-Sadr was a demonstration not only of current fractures in Iraqi politics but also of a recurring Am
After working as an interrogator for a U.S. military contractor in Iraq, Eric Fair took a job as an analyst for the National Security Agency.
PROPERTY prices in central Baghdad are as high as London's, even though Iraq's national income is down by 70 per cent since the collapse in the oil price.
In 2003, the most powerful army in the world invaded Iraq. Ali al-Makhzomy was 16 at the time. He remembers the grating sound of American tanks as they rolled into Baghdad. The invasion was just the beginning. It was a warning shot for the unimaginab
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