There seems to be no end to the flow of reports on Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. This legendary rebel has now come to haunt the Americans the way Saddam Hussein did before his overthrow two years ago.
For many Iraqis, the name “Saddam Hussein” has been replaced by “Zarqawi.” The only difference is that while they [Read more]
In Iraq, car bombs are the terrorists’ most dangerous weapon, and they complement the crimes of U.S. troops, who humiliate Iraqis and violate their rights at home, on the street, at schools and in the university.
The shattered corpses of innocent Iraqis that dot the streets of Baghdad and other cities are not the [Read more]
Disguising themselves as Shiite Pilgrims, traffickers have turned Iraq into a major processing and transshipment point for illegal drugs.
According to the International Narcotics Control Board based in Vienna, Iraq is becoming a major drug processing and production point. This is a major slap in the face for the [Read more]
It seems that the trade in tents in our land has peaked, with hundreds of thousands of Iraqis currently living in tent cities due to ongoing U.S. military operations. First we heard about sprawling tent camps erected to house the fleeing refugees from Falluja, a city with nearly 300,000 inhabitants which the U.S. [Read more]
Life is returning to the devastated city of Falluja, west of Baghdad.
In interviews, the residents that have decided to return say that life is slowly returning to normal, and many residents have began rebuilding their damaged homes and cleaning the streets.
U.S. troops attacked Falluja last year to flush out the [Read more]
As the case of Private Lynndie England, a woman that took pleasure in torturing Iraqis at the infamous Abu Ghraib prison, grabs headlines once again, Iraqis have the right to ask about the victims of her abuse.
The American soldier will not receive the maximum jail sentence simply because she has agreed to plead [Read more]