BRUSSELLS TRIBUNAL

Mohammed Al-Dainy: victim of Maliki’s repression and sectarianism

by UNITED NATIONS and Dirk Adriaensens on 13-11-2012

Mohammed al-Dainy was elected in the Iraqi legislative election, December 2005 as one of the eleven MPs of the secular Iraqi National Dialogue Front party. In February 2009, two of his bodyguards were arrested on suspicion of involvement in the 2007 Iraqi Parliament bombing and other attacks. Alaa Khairallah Hashim, his security chief and Ryadh Ibrahim al-Dainy, his nephew, confessed on television and said the MP had given authorization for the bomber to enter the parliament area. Mohammed al-Dainy claimed that the accusations were lies and that his bodyguards had been tortured into making a false confession because he had been disclosing human rights abuses in Iraqi prisons. He had to flee the country. Read the whole story and relevant UN reports at http://www.brusselstribunal.org/Al-Dayni.htm. URL of the full UN report underneath: http://www.ipu.org/pdf/hrres191_en.pdf

The illegal war launched by the US-UK led “Coalition of the Willing” clearly fits the Nuremburg definition of a Crime against Peace. Such a war must have legal consequences for the aggressors and for the rights of its victims under international law. The IAON calls for 2013 to be a year of campaign for ACCOUNTABILITY AND JUSTICE FOR IRAQ.

Maliki’s Mass Graves

by Dirk Adriaensens on 25-10-2012

Biggest Iraqi mass-kidnapping mystery solved. Disappeared Ministry of Higher Education officials, arrested by the Iraqi National Police in November 2006, end up in mass grave.

First report on the women's prison in Baghdad and the 31 prisoner sentenced to death in that prison under Article 4 terrorism.

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