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Both Insurgents and U.S. Forces Inflict Misery On Iraqis

May 29, 2005 // Azzaman - Iraq - English

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]

U.S. Occupation Troops are Clueless

April 25, 2005 // Azzaman - Iraq - English

It has been two years since U.S. troops occupied Baghdad, putting an end to the rule of one of the worst dictators in our history. But this does not give them carte blanche to kill, humiliate and imprison at whim. The troops are said to be here in order to preserve security. And in gratitude for their efforts, our [Read more]

The Irony of U.S. Military Might!

March 30, 2005 // Azzaman - Iraq - English

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]

America’s Blunders Are ‘As Lethal As Saddam’s’

March 23, 2005 // Azzaman - Iraq - English

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]
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