Saturday, October 23, 2010

Number Of Iraqis Slaughtered In US War And Occupation Of Iraq: "1,366,350"


Number of U.S. Military Personnel Sacrificed (Officially acknowledged) In U.S. War And Occupation Of Iraq: 4,744


Number Of International Occupation Force Troops Slaughtered In Afghanistan: 2,168


Cost of War in Iraq & Afghanistan: $1,096,573,151,587
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Iraq War Logs:
Secret Files Show How US Ignored Torture

By Nick Davies, Jonathan Steele and David Leigh


A grim picture of the US and Britain's legacy in Iraq has been revealed in a massive leak of American military documents that detail torture, summary executions and war crimes.

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The Secret Iraq Files: The Human Cost
Left to Die in Jail

By Andrew Wander

How a secret order given by the Pentagon could have led to the death of a detainee who the US knew was being tortured.

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Iraq war logs:
Apache Crew Killed Insurgents Who Tried to Surrender

By David Leigh


A US gunship crew was cleared to kill two insurgents on the ground even though the pilots had reported that the men were trying to surrender, the leaked Iraq war logs reveal.

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Civilians in the Crossfire

By Gregg Carlstrom

680 civilians, including pregnant women and the mentally ill, killed for coming too close to checkpoints and patrols.

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Death at a Checkpoint

By Andrew Wander

The tragic story of Nabiha Jassim, a pregnant woman who was killed by US troops as she rushed to hospital to give birth.

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Pakistani Foreign Minister Suggests U.S. To Blame For Taliban, Al-Qaeda

By Heather Maher


"When the Soviets were defeated and left Afghanistan, the United States quickly packed its bags, leaving us to deal with networks that all of us had jointly created," Qureshi said. "This was the beginning of the Taliban and Al-Qaeda."

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It's the Occupation, Stupid

By Robert A. Pape


Extensive research into the causes of suicide terrorism proves Islam isn't to blame -- the root of the problem is foreign military occupations. Continue


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