Iraq, a humanitarian intervention?

by Joseph Daher on 12-09-2014

We must oppose the imperialist intervention of the United States and other regional countries, such as Saudi Arabia and Iran, and oppose jihadists of the IS, their crimes and reactionary policies as well as the authoritarian and sectarian Baghdad government. These foreign interventions are a major reason for the current situation in the country.

Bombing Iraq for U.S. Oil Companies

by Global Research on 07-09-2014

The fact is that al-Qaeda, IS, and the other related terrorist organizations function as the CIA’s Arab legion. They are used to weaken and overthrow governments as well as to act as a constant bogeyman for populations back home so that civil liberties and Constitutional rights will be sacrificed willingly for the perception of security.

Questions about the Yazidis on that Iraq Mountain

by Peter Van Buren on 31-08-2014

Is it at all possible that we’re being sold an emotionally compelling story to justify U.S. military intervention in Iraq?

It is also a moral liability because the governments participating in the ‘coalition of the willing’ have had to sell the lie to their citizens that European soldiers dying in Iraq and Afghanistan have been a necessary sacrifice to keep Europe safe from terrorists.

What is happening In Iraq?

by Abdul-Haq Al-Ani on 29-06-2014

Anyone who has spent some time looking into the British Government’s archives would find that even before the end of WWI and the birth of modern political Iraq, the Imperialist British were weary of the potential of a united Iraq threatening their future interest.

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The BRussells Tribunal is independent and wants to remain independent.

The BRussells Tribunal is an activist think tank and peace organisation with a special focus on Iraq. Read more...

Killed 28 civilians and seven others were injured as a result of government air raid targeted homes ...


AMSI condemned this action, and sees it as a step of incremental steps being taken to the ...


All this makes the current war a preventive one, which international law tends to consider ...