One of the ironies in the new Iraq is that with all of the talk of chemical weapons, many have forgotten that at just about this time two years ago, thousands of bombs were dropped on our country, the weight of which would equal all those dropped in the world's major wars.
We have almost forgotten that American troops [Read more]
Yes, we are now free of Saddam Hussein's rein of terror. But the question is whether we are willing to accept foreign servitude.
Two years after the fall of Saddam Hussein's statue in the heart of Baghdad, the same question seems to be haunting many Iraqis.
In March 2003 we thought the removal of Saddam Hussein would [Read more]
Due to the ghastly defeats they have sustained and conflicts among themselves, these days the reputation of the world's Muslims have reached a new low. This reputation is linked to bloody terrorism, accomplished by the bombing of U.S. landmarks on September 11, 2001, which killed thousands of innocent people. The world [Read more]
The kidnapping [in Iraq] of Italian journalist Giuliana Sgrena was a dastardly act against every human principle and value. Nevertheless, the tragic end of her captivity at the hands of U.S. troops only added sorrow and disappointment to the case. The U.S. troops were supposed to provide Sgrena with protection, and [Read more]
Caracas: Visiting Iranian President Mohammad Khatami on Thursday evening said Iran and Venezuela were not pursuing a covert plan to form a strategic alliance against any third country, nor do they intend to undermine the interests of others.
Speaking at a meeting with Iranian expatriates living in Caracas, Khatami [Read more]