White House Leaked Classified Intelligence to Make its Case for War

A new report looks into instances in which the Bush Administration leaked classified information to support its case that Iraq was a threat to the United States... With impeccable timing, on the eve of the first anniversary of the September 11th attacks, top Bush officials appeared on the Sunday talk shows to discuss the aluminum tube story that someone among them had just planted in the New York Times.

How can the war that has killed 30,000 Iraqis be justified?

U.S. President George W. Bush in his speech on December 14 said, 'my decision to remove Saddam Hussein was the right decision,' while admitting that 'much of the intelligence turned out to be wrong' about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction.

Iraq: Preparing for a National Unity Government

Our people went to the elections on 15th December 2005 with the hope that it would constitute an important juncture along the path of restoring security and stability, as well as for mapping a democratic path not only for the Iraqi people, but also for the peoples of the region.

White Phosphorus: The U.S. Used It; The U.S. Says It's Illegal

The U.S. military used white phosphorus as a weapon in Fallujah, and the U.S. military says such use is illegal.  That's one heck of a fog fact (Larry Beinhart's term for a fact that is neither secret nor known).  This fact has appeared in an article in the Guardian (UK) and been circulated on the internet, but has just not interested the corporate media in the United States.

Christian Peacemaker Teams Respond to Presidential Address

From the failure to rebuild basic civilian infrastucture to the thousands of Iraqi detainees in US Detention Centres to the tens of thousands of civilian casualties and injuries, CPT believes that the United States and Coalition Forces war has failed to bring peace and true democracy to Iraq.

Iraq: No Elections Will be Credible While Occupation Continues

'The occupation troops have resorted to excessive force, indiscriminate killing and collective punishment of the population...Iraqis have been humiliated and stripped of their basic human rights; they have been subjected to brutal and ghastly forms of torture...'


Iraq: Wisdom Instead of Intimidation and Blood

Only few days separate us from the forthcoming election. As this date approaches, the political scene grows tenser, battles of slogans are raging, and political diatribe escalates. Frictions have become more pronounced, some of which are coupled with threats to shed blood, or has indeed been shed.


USLAW Statement on the Iraq War

From its very beginning, USLAW has publicly opposed the war in Iraq. We stated that Bush was lying, that we had no right to invade Iraq, that oil was more the issue than weapons of mass destruction. We predicted that war with Iraq would lead to a prolonged and bloody guerrilla war, while encouraging terrorism in the Middle East and elsewhere in the world.


Scotland: Stop the War!

oday, Cindy Sheehan and Scottish mothers who have lost their sons in Iraq held a rally outside the Scottish parliament, spoke at a cross-party meeting of Members of the Scottish Parliament, were welcomed to the City of Glasgow by the Lord Provost, and addressed an anti-war rally in Glasgow.

Uncovering the Roots of America’s Terror War in Iraq

Max Fuller has written the most disturbing and thought provoking article of the year. In his “Crying Wolf: Media Disinformation and Death Squads in Occupied Iraq”, (Global Research) Fuller painstakingly lays out the details and documentation to prove that the United States intelligence agencies are behind the vast incidents of murder and torture being carried out in Iraq today.

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