BRUSSELLS TRIBUNAL

After Hawija 23 April: The Iraqi Revolution Continues!

by Iraqi Spring Media Center on 24-04-2013

Summary of the most important events on 23 April 2013, in the aftermath of the onslaught on Hawija by Maliki's Government Forces, leaving at least 50 people dead and hundreds wounded.

The question “How many times did you blow yourself up?” refers to a prisoner who under duress and in order to prevent his interrogators from torturing him admitted that he had blown himself up several times. Find out why Iraqis are revolting against this corrupted government

What we are witnessing is not an irrational output from a basically rational society but the converse: the “rational” output of a fundamentally irrational system. Does this mean these horrors are inescapable? No, they are not made of supernatural forces. They are produced by plutocratic greed and deception.

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.

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.

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