BRUSSELLS TRIBUNAL

Gilles Munier, from Rennes, who became well known at the end of the seventies for his knowledge of Iraq and later for his opposition to the embargo, was accused by Judge Pilippe Courroye in October 2005 in the case known as “Oil for food,” of “peddling political favours” and “corruption of foreign public officials;” in other words, he was accused of having violated a UN resolution.”

Payout to 71 former prisoners is first of its kind from a defence contractor active in Iraq: Iraqi prisoners who allege they were tortured in Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq are being paid $5.8m by the subsidiary of a US defence contractor accused of complicity in their mistreatment.

"I would like to draw your attention, and that of the British Government, to a worrying and rapidly developing situation in Iraq." Open letter from Iraqi/British citizens Salah al Hashimi and Tahrir Swift to British MP

Iraqi MP Ali Shubbar, member of the Parliamentary Human Rights Committee, accused Iraqi female inmates in Iraqi prisons of "sexual lust" and continued by claiming that they “expose themselves to the police”. He also said that “some prisoners have sexual thirst. So they present themselves to the police to have sex with them and then they later claim that they have been raped.”

Justice for the Iraqi People. The uprisings continue.

by Dr. Souad Al-Azzawi on 07-01-2013

With all the rage, strikes, and civil disobedience going on in major Iraqi cities, people around the world are wondering what’s happening in Iraq these days.

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