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A message from the Iraqi people to the people

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posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 04:53 AM
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A message from the Iraqi people to the people


in the 6th anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq , A message from the Iraqi people to the people of the world

in 9th of April 2003, US forces, passing thousands of kilometers occupied Iraq by the pretext of the WMD that bush and his allies trolled for days and days, which are muted about after they didn't found any evidence about the lies they claimed about.

later the aim of occupying Iraq came out in the following points:

1- Putting the oil fields in Iraq under the US control.
2- Building another US military base.
3- Protecting Israel which is suffering Iraq-Phobia.


In the first days of the occupation , the US administration was shocked that Iraqi people didn't welcome its forces by flowers, but by refusing its plans, so and in order to put back this people under the American control, Bush's administration fired a big sectarian war between the Iraqi people in order to draw the Iraqis to entreat the Americans to stay in Iraq to protect the Iraqis from themselves.

Nowadays, we witness a mutual wakeup in the Iraqi people who understood the game and got up to refuse the occupation and its plans.

On the American side , and to collect the maximum number of the soldiers, we see the US army's command recruiting anyone who applicate to serve in Iraq, this chaotic process resulted in raising the rate of the crimes the US army committing against the Iraqi people who have no guilt but living in a country that is rich of oil.


Here are some examples of the humiliation that the US forces are committing against Iraqis everyday


Soldier Gets ONLY Seven-Month Sentence In Iraq Murder Case

www.huffingtonpost.com...




www.informationclearinghouse.info...






www.malu-aina.org...

paulwood.files.wordpress.com...


with hysterical screams, US soldiers enjoy killing Iraqi civilians

www.4shared.com...







"The facts of what happened to Ali are as follows: an American missile smashed into his home in the village of Zafaraniya, 30 miles from Baghdad, as his family slept, just after midnight. He was severely burnt and both his arms had to be amputated."

www.commondreams.org...







Problems, can't be solved only by wars, they can be solved by negotiations and dialogues , any action will result in a reaction. violence perpetrated by the US forces will absolutely result in a reaction to it , sometimes the reaction is rational , sometimes it is not.

Occupying Iraq resulted in ,raising the extremism and the sectarian violence in the middle east and empowering Iran and giving it the freedom to expand to the neighbor countries.

We also extend our appreciation and respect to all the honorable people around the world, the heroes of dignity and freedom, the brave men and women of the anti-globalization and Peace movements. We in Iraq are thankful and grateful for all what you have done and your continued efforts to end this conflict and confront the white collar criminals of corporate governments.
To the American people we say, you have finally awakened and the millions of honorable people amongst you have now realized that the Iraqi people are not your enemies, and they are not responsible for your grief. It is your troops which occupied our country, and not us yours. The arrogant war criminal who rules in your name has humiliated your nation & military honor and we believe, that a democracy that is not willing to fight for its own freedom




posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 07:07 AM
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Please advise;

Define, 'The arrogant war criminal who rules in your name has humiliated your nation & military honor', to whom do you refer?



posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 07:42 AM
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Originally posted by Mosul
A message from the Iraqi people to the people


Obviously you don't speak for all Iraqis.

Article Here


Following the formal handover of sovereignty to Baghdad, 15 Iraqi and Iraqi-American groups have issued an open letter to the American people, thanking them for the sacrifices they endured to liberate their country.

The letter will be delivered to President Bush at the White House today and published in a full page ad in USA Today.

"Just as we mourn for the victims of Saddam's regime, we also grieve for the Americans and Iraqis who were killed or injured during the liberation or by terrorists determined to hold us back," the letter reads. "We will honor those who have sacrificed for our freedom by building a new Iraq that lives in peace with the nations of the world, without fear of war, torture chambers or terrorism."

The groups express the Iraqi people's hopes as they transition to democracy and calls for continued cooperation and friendship between the two nations.

It concludes: "As Iraqis assume full sovereignty over our nation, we extend our hands in friendship and gratitude to the American people


Iraqis in Exile


They came to the U.S. to realize the American Dream, but this week hundreds of Iraqi-Americans celebrated the Iraqi Dream — the end of Saddam Hussein's barbaric regime. Dearborn's neat, working-class streets in southeast Michigan are home to America's largest concentration of Iraqi Americans, and today they were transformed into a festival of American flags, confetti, beating drums, and cars honking their horns in jubilation at the news that Baghdad had fallen to U.S. troops.


I love this lady!




Some of Saddams Crimes


Political Oppression, Ethnic Cleansing, Religious Persecution, The Dujail Massacre of 1982, The Barzani Clan Abductions of 1983, The al-Anfal Campaign, The Campaign Against the Marsh Arabs, The Post-Uprising Massacres of 1991:


Video of Saddams Crimes
Saddams Iraq
Saddams Attrocities


1980-88: Iran-Iraq war left 150,000 to 340,000 Iraqis and 450,000 to 730,000 Iranians dead.

1983-1988: Documented chemical attacks by Iraqi regime caused some 30,000 Iraqi and Iranian deaths.

1988: Chemical attack on Kurdish village of Halabja killed approximately 5,000 people.

1987-1988: Iraqi regime used chemical agents in attacks against at least 40 Kurdish villages.

1990-91: 1,000 Kuwaitis were killed in Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.

1991: Bloody suppression of Kurdish and Shi'a uprisings in northern and southern Iraq killed at least 30,000 to 60,000. At least 2,000 Kurdish villages were destroyed during the campaign of terror

2001: Amnesty International report: "Victims of torture in Iraq are subjected to a wide range of forms of torture, including the gouging out of eyes, severe beatings and electric shocks... some victims have died as a result and many have been left with permanent physical and psychological damage."

Human Rights Watch: Saddam's 1987-1988 campaign of terror against the Kurds killed at least 50,000 and possibly as many as 100,000 Kurds.

Refugees International: "Oppressive government policies have led to the internal displacement of 900,000 Iraqis."

Iraq's 13 million Shiite Muslims, the majority of Iraq's population of approximately 22 million, faced severe restrictions on their religious practice.


Washington Post - Iraiq Witnesses Testify about Saddams Attrocities
Udays Home Torture Movies ... and others ... available here

More of Saddams Attrocities



posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 09:26 AM
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To be honest, I see your point, but repeating the same message in thread after thread isn't going to convince any more people than a single thread.

In fact quite the opposite, as some may see it as trolling.



posted on Apr, 11 2009 @ 04:34 PM
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Mosul - As I've mentioned in my other post. Americans are responsible for the atrocities against the Iraqi's that we promised to protect. But your bitching and whining does nothing to help further your cause.

You have to let go of this hate you carry inside or it will tear you apart. There are more constructive ways to get your point across.

You need to remember that most Americans went over there to rid you of the president who thought nothing of killing, murdering and stealing from you. Our sons and husbands have died defending you. Our tax money has helped to rebuild what we have destroyed. Are all the american troops and contractors saints...obviously not and we know that. Whether you believe the punishment has fit the crime or not...you have to admit their is some sort of justice system for these crimes unlike the Saddam days.

In fact, I would thank your lucky stars that you are able to post in a forum like this without the worry of persecution. Could you post something like this in the Saddam days?



posted on Apr, 12 2009 @ 06:21 AM
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Obviously you don't speak for all Iraqis.



how could Iraqies be thankful when crimes as theese being perpetrated against them everyday
with hysterical screams, US soldiers enjoy killing Iraqi civilians

www.4shared.com...






Iraqis in Exile

why not , if they are watching the American propaganda machines of fox news , they will be so thankfull to Bush and his fellows




posted on 10-4-2009 @ 07:42 AM single this post "quote"REPLY TO:




Originally posted by Mosul
A message from the Iraqi people to the people



Obviously you don't speak for all Iraqis.

Article Here



Following the formal handover of sovereignty to Baghdad, 15 Iraqi and Iraqi-American groups have issued an open letter to the American people, thanking them for the sacrifices they endured to liberate their country.

The letter will be delivered to President Bush at the White House today and published in a full page ad in USA Today.

"Just as we mourn for the victims of Saddam's regime, we also grieve for the Americans and Iraqis who were killed or injured during the liberation or by terrorists determined to hold us back," the letter reads. "We will honor those who have sacrificed for our freedom by building a new Iraq that lives in peace with the nations of the world, without fear of war, torture chambers or terrorism."

The groups express the Iraqi people's hopes as they transition to democracy and calls for continued cooperation and friendship between the two nations.

It concludes: "As Iraqis assume full sovereignty over our nation, we extend our hands in friendship and gratitude to the American people


Iraqis in Exile



They came to the U.S. to realize the American Dream, but this week hundreds of Iraqi-Americans celebrated the Iraqi Dream — the end of Saddam Hussein's barbaric regime. Dearborn's neat, working-class streets in southeast Michigan are home to America's largest concentration of Iraqi Americans, and today they were transformed into a festival of American flags, confetti, beating drums, and cars honking their horns in jubilation at the news that Baghdad had fallen to U.S. troops.


I love this lady!


YouTube Link


Some of Saddams Crimes



Political Oppression, Ethnic Cleansing, Religious Persecution, The Dujail Massacre of 1982, The Barzani Clan Abductions of 1983, The al-Anfal Campaign, The Campaign Against the Marsh Arabs, The Post-Uprising Massacres of 1991:


Video of Saddams Crimes
Saddams Iraq
Saddams Attrocities




i didn't say that Saddam is an angel, but why do you try to close your eyes and take them away from the crimes which Bush's administration is responsible of



1980-88: Iran-Iraq war left 150,000 to 340,000 Iraqis and 450,000 to 730,000 Iranians dead.

1983-1988: Documented chemical attacks by Iraqi regime caused some 30,000 Iraqi and Iranian deaths.

1988: Chemical attack on Kurdish village of Halabja killed approximately 5,000 people.

1987-1988: Iraqi regime used chemical agents in attacks against at least 40 Kurdish villages.

1990-91: 1,000 Kuwaitis were killed in Iraqi invasion of Kuwait.



and within 6 years 1.5 million Iraqies were killed under the American regime


Mosul - As I've mentioned in my other post. Americans are responsible for the atrocities against the Iraqi's that we promised to protect.

you are absolutely responsible about these crimes because the US gangs did perpetrate some of them.
on the other hand george Bush did select Iraq as an arena to fight Al-Qaeda which was not in iraq before




You need to remember that most Americans went over there to rid you of the president




no, they did came to Iraq for oil and to build another US base in the Middle East.


thought nothing of ki



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