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 The 10th Anniversary of Iraq InvasionThe 10th Anniversary of Iraq Invasion by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
 What will the future of Afghanistan and Iraq be? What will the future of Afghanistan and Iraq be? by Christos Mouzeviris
Last December we saw the total withdrawal of the American troops from Iraq and it is estimated that by the end of 2014 they will leave Afghanistan as well. And that will hopefully end America's campaign on ter
 Atomic communicating vessels by Thanos Kalamidas
The last twenty years there was a fear in Middle East, Saddam Hussein’s nuclear, chemical and biological arsenal; and the suspicion that a dictator possessed the combination of those true was more than just alarming. Actually the fear was so alarm
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 A defense which deserves being called "holy" by Kourosh Ziabari
Almost 20 years have passed since the conclusion of 20th century's longest, most erosive war which was brutally imposed on the defenseless people of Iran by a belligerent and aggressive dictator who was finally pushed to death by the same peop
 How you call Muslims who slaughter Muslims? by Thanos Kalamidas
From the beginning of the invasion to Iraq we keep reading in the news about bombs and countless victims with young children a lot of times included in the victims; I suppose some think that these kids and their mothers are responsible for what ha
 Curling with Ahmadinejad by Thanos Kalamidas
The winter Olympics in Vancouver opened carrying the message of international peace and unity while in Haiti they still count dead and Iran’s dictators celebrate thirty years since state terrorism was connected for the first time with Islam;
 The day television changed the war by Thanos Kalamidas
When the invasion to Kuwait started I was in Dubai and for hours I was watching Peter Arnett from CNN in the lobby of a hotel when the telephones stopped ringing. It is amazing when major events like a huge invasion happen, it seems that everythin
 Blackwater's Trigger-happy Criminals by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
Blackwater, which now goes by the name Xe, is again all over the news. Two of its guys were among those killed on December 30 in the suicide attack at the CIA station at Forward Operating Base Chapman in Khost, Afghanistan. According to Jeremy Sca
 Iraq: Teetering Between Hope & Despair! by Newropeans-Magazine
As is my wont of following the world news on some European channels, both radio and television, I was struck this week by the dearth of coverage about Iraq. Only one year ago, we would have been inundated with endless stories about what is occu
 Blackwater, Iraq and the Bush Administration by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
 Americans withdraw from Iraq by Thanos Kalamidas
So is Iraq finally free and ready to protect itself and its democracy? A pop concert in the Baghdad Zoo Park and fireworks in the evening sky say so, but a bomb blast in the center says there is still a lot of work to be done. At least now they ar
 Iran in a state department's deja vu by Thanos Kalamidas
Was what I read in the news a déjà vu, or is it just me? According to a US State Department report, Iran remains the most active state sponsor of terrorism in the world. My next thought was, when the invasion will start? I never thought
 In the name of god by Thanos Kalamidas
Sometimes I’m wondering if over the last year we all have lost the sense of numbers especially when it comes to human lives. At least sixty people, sixty innocent people and more than 125 injured when two suicide bombers detonated explosives near tw
 Trip to Iraq, anyone? by Cat Ellis
 Fair and unfair by Thanos Kalamidas
Two people were sentenced to prison this week in Iraq in a very twisted move of justice. Muntadar al-Zaidi was sentenced to three years in prison, while Tariq Aziz, Saddam’s former foreign minister, was jailed for fifteen years for his role
 Goodbye Baghdad, Hello Kabul: The US Withdrawal by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
There was no gasp, merely a lingering sigh that came with the announcement that the vast bulk of US combat forces would be leaving Iraq by August 31, 2010, with the final departures taking place at the end of December 2011.  Before a gatherin
 It is a 10 size by Tahir Khan
The Iraqi journalist, Muntader al-Zaidi, 28, a correspondent for Al Baghdadia, stood up in front of Bush during a news conference in Iraq and shouted, "This is a gift from the Iraqis; this is the farewell kiss, you dog!" Zaidi then threw
 A pair of shoes make a historic goodbye by Thanos Kalamidas
After Mugabe it was George W. Bush’s turn to make me laugh. But let me take the story from the beginning as I read it in the news agencies; George W. Bush paid a surprise, farewell visit to Iraq and during the press conference with the Ir
 Between Iraq & A Hard Place by Jack Wellman
I can understand why many Americans are getting tired and discouraged from the long Iraqi war. On the website controversialforums.com, which addresses many of the most controvers
 How many? by Thanos Kalamidas
In the beginning it was people with names, then it became numbers, ten then twenty and then fifty; nowadays it is tens or dozens without specifying how many tens or dozens and they are always innocent and it is people, women and many, too many, ki
 The Kurdish-American honeymoon has ended by Ovi Magazine Guest
The Kurdish-American honeymoon has endedBy Yerevan Adham When I woke up and checked the news on Dec 16th, I realized that Turkey had bombed Iraqi Kurdistan. I became very sad and disa
 2007 Terrorism World Championship2007 Terrorism World Championship by Joseph Gatt
Qualified Teams: Afghanistan, Colombia, the European Union, India, Iraq, Israel, the Maghreb, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. The terrorism world championship takes into accoun
 Losing a war by Thanos Kalamidas
Over the last year Iraq has managed to monopolize our interest. A war zone, a civil war, hundreds of innocent victims daily, bombs in the centre of the cities and behind all of that is a dead dictator and his regime,
 A Kurdish question mark by Thanos Kalamidas
For a very long time Turkey has learned to play the card of the country at the crossroads, a country between east and west, between Christians and Muslims, a country between Europe and Asia. Turkey has often been neutral but has been equally of
 A Soldier's Lot by Clint Wayne
As reports of our British Troops bravely serving in both Iraq and Afghanistan have now shamefully slipped off the BBC’s radar unless there is another tragic untimely death, in which case it might just make number three on its News Bulletins
 Following orders by Thanos Kalamidas
General Petraeus, the latest US military commander in Iraq, has faced heavy criticism in Congress while reporting on the non progress of the US targets in the country for security and stabilization of life. Actually the general must be a very brav
 The right captain by Thanos Kalamidas
The truth is that you can avoid thinking that the king is totally isolated from reality when you read things like the latest from George W. Bush. His decision to nominate a new commander of the US military forces in the Middle East with his missio
 Humanity on the lynch by Thanos Kalamidas
I’m not going to say anything more about the act itself. I have said enough over the last few days, including my first article for the new year, but just to reiterate once more: I’m angry. Really angry! During the
 Executing punishment by Thanos Kalamidas
Just hours before the end of the year and waiting from every official to wish us a peaceful and healthy new year, reality came to prove that one thing that will be the same next year is brutality. How are they going to justify
 Iraq's darkest day by Kuriakos Mellos
Thursday, November 23rd was just another normal day for many of the residents of Sadr City, a largely shi'ite neighborhood in Baghdad. As people woke up to do their normal chores, many headed to the morning markets to get their food for their
 Mission accomplished by Thanos Kalamidas
Over the past few days since Saddam Hussein was sentenced to death for crimes against humanity, I’ve been waiting for somebody to proclaim, "Mission accomplished!" because nothing else has been accomp
 Wheelbarrows by Jan Sand
Many parts of the world are engaged in terrible turmoil today, but the area of most violent action is unquestionably Iraq. And, unquestionably, the man most responsible for the conflict there is the President of the United States. People throughou
 Tough being American by Dustin A. Lane
It's tough being an American these days. Senator John Edwards (former Vice Presidential candidate) says he voted wrong in authorizing the war in Iraq and that we should pull out. Several other Senat
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