BRUSSELLS TRIBUNAL

"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.

To an Unknown Iraqi

by Hans Christof von Sponeck on 05-01-2013

2013 is the year that accountability and Justice for Iraq should be high on the agenda of the International Human Rights Community. Hans C. von Sponeck, member of the BRussells Tribunal, who resigned as Humanitarian Coordinator for Iraq in 2000, wrote a moving apology letter to the Iraqi people in June 2003. We republish this letter again today.

Maliki issues an order to shoot to kill

by Ibrahim Ebeid on 31-12-2012

A Confidant of Al Dawa Sectarian Party of Maliki said, that orders were issued from the so called office of the commander in chief of the armed forces, to the commanders in Mosul, Samara and Almuthanna, to execute anyone who raises his voice in the demonstrations, and their corpses will not be delivered to their families.

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