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War in Iraq

War in Iraq

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Binayak Sen

No Country for Good Men

Samar, Commentary, S.P. Arun, Jun 02, 2008

There is an alarming trend in India of arresting and detaining without bail human rights activists that challenge state authority. The unjust imprisonment of Dr Binayak Sen is the latest example says a commentator.

Sudanese Journalist Detention Reveals Guantanamo Embarrassment

San Francisco Bay View, Commmentary, Video, Safiya Ghori , May 28, 2008

For almost seven years the U.S. government justified the detention of journalist Sami Al-Hajj. Despite the lack of substantive allegations, Al-Hajj was never prosecuted while at Guantanamo Bay.

U.S. Military Accepts More Ex-Felons

Final Call, News Report, Nisa Islam Muhammad, May 08, 2008

From arsonists, to burglars to car thieves, each branch of the military saw a rise in waivers extended to convicted felons in an effort to meet the needs of war.

US Militarizes

U.S Militarizes the Middle East

Iranian.com, News Analysis, Jahanshah Rashidian, May 07, 2008

The Bush administration has found a way to massively fill in both Israeli and Arab arsenals with destructive arms. It's the same kind of logic as trying to put out a fire by pouring oil onto it.


U.S. 'Nukes' Israeli-Syrian Peace Talks

New America Media, News analysis, Jalal Ghazi, Apr 29, 2008

The revelations about alleged Syrian-North Korean nuclear cooperation didn't raise as many eyebrows in Arab media as did the timing of the breaking news. Washington D.C. was obviously not pleased with something.

US Embassy

Truth Leaks Out in Iraq War-Related Contract Abuse Case

Arab Writers Group, Commentary, Ray Hanania, Apr 18, 2008

A corruption case involving Iraq-war related contracts is unfolding with little media attention in Illinois. An Arab-American commentator says new testimony gives some clue as to why.


Winter Soldiers Tell Tales of Dehumanization

New America Media, News Report, Aaron Glantz, Apr 05, 2008

More than 200 veterans attended the Winter Soldier hearings, a four-day event in March featuring testimony from soldiers who had served in Iraq and Afghanistan. The dehumanization of Iraqis was discussed by many in attendance.

Key Countries Skip Arab Summit

New America Media, Q&A, Sandip Roy, Apr 04, 2008

Syria just hosted its first Arab Summit in Damascus and it was immediately mired in controversy as some of the heavyweights in the region stayed away or sent lower level officials.

We Gotta Have Peace

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Victor Petersen, Apr 03, 2008

Hundreds of protesters converged on San Francisco's Civic Center to mark the 5 year anniversary of the Iraq War. Many young -- super young -- people expressed their outrage at the continued violence.


America's Duty: Next U.S. President, Iran and Iraq

Iranian.com, Commentary, Ben Madadi, Apr 02, 2008

America's total failure in Iraq can be a true catastrophe not just for Iraq, but for Iran and the wider region.

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