Iraq - At Least 60 Feared Dead After Baghdad Bomb Raid

05 January 2012

Stop Fundamentalism – A series of bomb attacks on Thursday may have claimed the lives of at least 60 innocent civilians in Iraq following a raid this morning. 

The explosions that have occurred in mostly Shiite populated areas in Baghdad would certainly help further the sectarian divide in the country.

Only a week past America’s official depart from Iraq, this war torn country stays ravaged by bomb attacks and governmental power struggles.

Iraqi PM Will Meet US Delegation on Conditions; Crisis Continue

05 January 2012

Stop Fundamentalism – Iraqi authorities told the news media yesterday that a Delegation from United State including a number of Members of US Congress arrived in Baghdad to discuss the current political crisis in the country.

At the same time Adnan Al-Saraj, a government official close to Nouri al-Maliki told Asharq Alawsat Newspaper that the Prime Minister will only meet the delegation on the condition that it will not discuss the current crisis over Mr. Tariq Al-Hashimi, Iraq’s Vice-President.

Maliki also is asking the US not to make another visit to Iraq without advance notice and official agreement.

Head of Parliament – Iraq’s Human Rights Violated

03 January 2012

Stop Fundamentalism - Osama Al-Nujaifi, a leader of the Iraqia bloc and the Head of Parliament in Iraq expressed concerns in a statement yesterday that “human rights is violated widely in Iraq,” reported Aljazeera TV.

Iraqia bloc that has gone on a head-to-head crash path with the Nouri al-Maliki government since the American Troops pullout, has boycotted the government alleging Maliki to be trying to bring back dictatorial rule to Iraq by isolating dissident voices.

Kurdish villagers die in Turkish Military Air-Raid

29 December 2011

Stop Fundamentalism – At least 30 villagers in the Kurdish border region of Turkey have died following an air-attack by Turkey’s military forces today, report AFP and Kurdish media.

The attack was on a village with Kurd population near the Iraqi border. The name of the village is Ortasu in the border region province of Sirnak.

Iraq - Second Rocket Attack on Iranian Exile Camp Ashraf in 24 Hours

27 December 2011

Stop Fundamentalism – Iranian Resistance sources reported Tuesday night that another round of rockets have been fired at Camp Ashraf in Iraq where 3400 Iranian exiled dissidents live away from Iranian regime’s rule.  This is the second time in the past 24 hours that the camp has been targeted by Katusha rockets.

The rockets landed inside the camp area at 8 pm local time, exactly the same as the reported attack time last night when the first attack occurred.

The rockets were fired from the southern side of the camp and landed near a residential compound housing the residents.  There are no reports of possible casualties yet.  The residents are searching the area at night time to gather evidence and assess damages.

Rocket Attack Reported on Camp Ashraf in Iraq

25 December 2011

Stop Fundamentalism – An Iranian dissident television station, Simay-e Azadi reported today that a number of rockets have hit the southern part of Camp Ashraf in Iraq.  The TV station that stopped its normal television programming to report on the development did not mention any casualties among residents.

The rockets landed close to residential compound, reported the TV station.

Camp Ashraf was the target of raid last April in which 36 unarmed residents were killed.  Since then the Iraqi government of Nouri al-Maliki has pressed the resident to leave the camp.  The residents have filed for asylum with the United Nations Refugee agency UNHCR.

We use cookies to improve our website. Cookies used for the essential operation of this site have already been set. For more information visit our Cookie policy. I accept cookies from this site. Agree