Tag Archives: Iraq

Ten years later the U.S. is still at war and UFPJ is still needed!

Today marks the tenth anniversary of the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq. Ten years ago the peace and anti-war movements warned the leaders of the global community that war was not the answer, and that war once unleashed would bring only destruction and death. United for Peace and Justice finds no pleasure in being right […]

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(After 10 years of destruction and corruption in Iraq) Our only hope is in a cultural and political revolution

Yanar Mohammed, Organization of Women’s Freedom in Iraq President March 2, 2013 – The International Women’s Day celebration this year coincides with the tenth anniversary of the tragic attack of the US war-machine on millions of unsuspecting Iraqi civilians, causing one of the biggest human crises of modern times, under the pretext of liberating Iraq and […]

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Numbers of Iraqis Displaced and Refugees Since 2003

Number of Iraqis displaced and refuges: Congressional Research Service Reports for the People http://opencrs.com/document/RL33936 It is estimated that in total (including those displaced prior to the war) there may be as many as 2 million Iraqi refugees who have fled to Jordan, Syria, and other neighboring states, and approximately 2.7 million Iraqis who have been […]

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Number of Iraqis killed in U.S. Led Invasion and Occupation

The disparity in record keeping of coalition forces’ deaths and the number of Iraqis who have died as a result of the U.S. led invasion of Iraq is outrageous. The lack of interest by the U.S. government and military to close this gap is an example of the need to dehumanize the enemy to keep […]

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