Category: Terror War

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Kathy Kelly: Lessons Learned in the Bucca Camp

In January of 2004 I visited “Bucca Camp,” a U.S.-run POW camp named for a firefighter lost in the 2001 collapse of New York’s World Trade Center.  Located near the isolated port city of Umm Qasr, in southern Iraq, the network of tent prisons had been constructed by U.S. Coalition authorities. Friends of five young men thought Read more…

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Preeti Kaur: Celebration and Struggle: Talha Ahsan

While we take a moment to celebrate Talha Ahsan’s impending return to his home in London, the struggle for justice continues

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Paul Street: “No Just God”

You want to learn about evil that “no just God would stand for”? Take a look at US policy in Iraq

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Patrick Cockburn: Why Washington’s War on Terror Failed

The Underrated Saudi Connection

Mehdi Hasan: What the jihadists who bought “Islam for Dummies” on Amazon tell us about radicalisation

Pretending that the danger comes only from the devout could cost lives

William J. Astore: The American Cult of Bombing

Why You Should Expect More Bombs to be Dropped Everywhere

Edward S. Herman: War is Our Business and Business Looks Good

U.S. dealings with the Ukraine crisis

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Tom Hayden: Who Is Creating A Terrorist Threat?

Contrary to the original spin, there seems to be no need or rationale for “saving” Baghdad from invading ISIS hordes

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Shamus Cooke: How Obama Lost Iraq and the War on Terror

The events in Iraq and Syria further prove that the Bush-Obama “war on terror” is not only a complete failure, but a fraud

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Juan Cole: Dear Sen. McCain: No, the Taliban Prisoners didn’t Carry out 9/11; but you Supported Muslim Radicals

So how much support did John McCain give to the precursors of the Taliban in Afghanistan? To the budding al-Qaeda?

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