L'histoire récente de l'Irak comporte deux événements de lourde portée, l'invasion du Koweït par l'Irak le 2 août 2003 et l'invasion de l’Irak par les États-Unis et le Royaume-Uni. Que des leaders politiques tirent des leçons de ces événements ce serait, au mieux, douteux. On continue à faire du tort aux Irakiens. Le danger de perdre la vie et la tourmente restent une part cruelle de la réalité de l’Irak au début de 2013. La souffrance collective d'une nation est manifeste et partout répandue. Elle ne peut être cachée.


When Madeleine Albright asked in May 1996 about the death of half a million Iraqi children as a result of UN sanctions, she said: "we think the price is worth it." By "it" she meant US interests, propping US hegemony, and preparing for regional military action.


To an Unknown Iraqi

by Hans Christof von Sponeck on 05-01-2013

2013 is the year that accountability and Justice for Iraq should be high on the agenda of the International Human Rights Community. Hans C. von Sponeck, member of the BRussells Tribunal, who resigned as Humanitarian Coordinator for Iraq in 2000, wrote a moving apology letter to the Iraqi people in June 2003. We republish this letter again today.


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