Blood On Our Hands

Author: Nicolas J. S. Davies
Publisher: Nimble Books LLC
ISBN: 193484098X
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In an easily readable and flowing narrative, Nicolas Davies has carefully taken apart the wall of propaganda surrounding one of history's most significant military disasters and most serious international crimes: non-existent WMDs; the ...

The Tragedy Of Iraq

Author: Hammad Nawaf Farhan
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781530739714
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Now, Iraq has become worse after it was the flag at the forefront of the world. These reasons and others encouraged me to write this book and others. This book will review the following circumstances. Chapter 1: General introduction.

Z Magazine

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... must therefore be governed by the same principles of necessity and
proportionality that U.S. Secretary of State Daniel Webster stipT ulated to the
British government in 1841, and which have since gained universal recognition
as binding customary international law. Z Nicolas J.S. Davies is the author of
Blood On Our Hands: The American Invasion And Destruction Of Iraq. He is a
member of Miami for Peace. Reviews Activist Art Signs of Change: Social
Movement Cultures 1960-Now.

False Prophets

Author: Richard Bonney
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing
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'Because we are good and our cause is righteous, our violence leaves us
unsullied by evil; none of the blood we shed is on our hands.'22 The
Manipulation of Intelligence Reports by the Supporters of George W. Bush and
Tony Blair The invasion of Iraq in 2003 was 'sold' on the basis that Saddam
Hussein, its ruler, possessed an arsenal of weapons of mass destruction (WMD)
and was co-operating actively with terrorists. Yet other reasons for the invasion
are clear, as revealed by the ...

Congressional Record

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Mr. Speaker, I yield 5 minutes to the gentleman from New York (Mr. NADLER). Mr
. NADLER. Mr. Speaker, I rise to support this resolution and to call upon my
colleagues to make a commitment to protect our troops and to bring them home
as quickly and safely as possible. Mr. Speaker, the American people and
Members of Congress were deceived. Every reason we were given for invading
Iraq was false. Weapons of mass destruction, not there. Saddam Hussein
working hand in glove ...

An Ecology Of Communication

Author: David L. Altheide
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9780202364162
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... more attention was given to the now infamous meeting between U.S.
Ambassador April Glaspie and Saddam Hussein before Iraq invaded Kuwait.
This meeting came to symbolize the ambivalent U.S. position toward Hussein,
and the way in which he was permitted to do his own bidding without official
censure, largely because he had been our ally against Iran. On the other hand,
notorious lack of attention was obvious when the major American TV networks
did not broadcast live ...

Extra

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To pass these defendants a poisoned chalice is to put it to our own lips as well. ...
That is regrettably all too accurate a portrayal of the stance of the intellectual
culture, the media in particular, with regard to the blood that's on our hands from
Nuremberg to the present day. ... But this provision applies unambiguously to the
U.S./British invasion of Iraq, which is the leading issue on the international
agenda today and by far the greatest concern of Americans, according to regular
polls.

The Middle East

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We know the Iraqi regime is drenched in blood, that Saddam Hussein gives no
regard to either international or religious law, that human beings have no value in
Iraq, is it any wonder we are afraid?" asked Al Dowailah, who went on to stress
just how large a segment of the Kuwaiti population was being held prisoner in
Iraq. "Iraq holds 850 Kuwaitis. Since the total number of Kuwaitis numbers less
than one million, this represents a huge section of our society." Al Dowailah
illustrated ...