BRUSSELLS TRIBUNAL

New Facts Emerge About the 2006 Al-Ishaqi Massacre. Investigation Must Be Reopened

by Mayyasa Abduljabbar and Dirk Adriaensens on 30-12-2012

The Al-Ishaqi incident refers to the reported mass murder of Iraqi civilians committed by US forces in Al-Ishaqi in 15 March 2006. After the incident, US troops rounded up and deliberately shot 11 people, including five children and four women, before blowing up their house.

Iraqi lawyer Badie Aref Izzat about the 19 August 2009 Baghdad bombings. Two groups of innocent Iraqi persons have already been sentenced to death by Maliki's regime for committing this crime. How many more will follow?

Mohammad Al Qaysee, a member of the Iraqi Red Crescent Organisation was arrested and imprisoned. He died under torture 45 days ago, but Maliki’s secret prisons staff wouldn't let his family collect the body.

Adnan Hadi al-Asady ordered his security force to execute all the prisoners, who returned or were recaptured from the prison escape on 28 September in Kirkuk. After finishing the execution, they hid the bodies somewhere in the area.

Michael Hastings: “There’s his war record in Iraq, starting when he headed up the Iraqi security force training program in 2004. He’s more or less skated on that, including all the weapons he lost, the insane corruption, and the fact that he essentially armed and trained what later became known as “Iraqi death squads.” On his final Iraq tour, during the so-called "surge," he pulled off what is perhaps the most impressive con job in recent American history. He convinced the entire Washington establishment that we won the war.

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