Iran behind ongoing slaughter of Sunni Muslims in Fallujah-The City of Mosques in Iraq

by Latheef Farook  :  

Implementing Iranian agenda, American installed Shiite minority government of Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar Al Abadi, began shelling the Sunni majority  Fallujah known as  the city of minarets, 69 kilometres from Baghdad.

It is common knowledge that ever since the US led invasion of Iraq when a Shiite minority government was installed in Baghdad, to pit the Shiites and Sunnis against each other, Iran has the final word in Baghdad.

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Secret Document Shows CIA Reaction to Finding No WMD in Iraq

iraq-us-forceby David Swanson

The U.S. government invaded Iraq, devastated a society, killed upwards of a million people, wounded, traumatized, and displaced millions more. The National Security Archive has posted several newly available documents Monday, one of them an account by Charles Duelfer of the search he led in Iraq for weapons of mass destruction, with a staff of 1,700 and the resources of the U.S. military. Duelfer was appointed by CIA Director George Tenet

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The Iraqi elections: Nouri Al-Maliki and his opponents

nouri-al-malikiby Fares Al-Khattab      

The 2014 parliamentary election could be an important turning point in Iraqi history if the results lead to real changes in the country’s leadership. If the public trust in the election is lost and there is no peaceful transfer of power the only possible alternatives are military operations, which would undoubtedly open the door for regional intervention in the

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11 Years Ago Today: Fall of Baghdad Suggested ‘Mission Accomplished’

saddamby Greg Mitchell

April 09, 2014 “ICH” – “The Nation” – On the morning of this day eleven years ago, in 2003, I happened to be sitting in the ballroom of the Fairmont Hotel in New Orleans waiting for Dick Cheney. This may sound like the beginning of a joke, perhaps with a musical or culinary kicker, but the punch line in this case is quite tragic. I was covering a newspaper

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The Truth about the Iraq Bloodbath can’t be Covered Up by the Media indefinitely

iraq babyBy John Pilger

The BBC’s Today programme is enjoying high ratings, and the Mail and Telegraph are, as usual, attacking the corporation as leftwing. Last month a single edition of the Radio 4 show was edited by the artist and musician PJ Harvey. What happened was illuminating. Harvey’s guests caused panic from the moment she proposed the likes of Mark Curtis, a historian rarely heard on the BBC who chronicles the crimes

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Sharon An obituary in blood

sharon-funby Ameen Izzadeen

Yet another Israeli leader dies and escapes from being tried for war crimes. Ariel Sharon could escape war crimes charges but in the world court of public opinion, he will remain a war criminal. Sharon is not alone, almost all Israeli leaders since that country’s creation in 1948 are war crimes suspects. Arab and Palestinian blood is on their hands. Yet they escape prosecution even though their war crimes are as grave as the worship of the golden calf by their ancestors in the time of Moses.

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