Photos speak for the state of education and the conditions of students in IraqThe video shows an interview with Iraq’s prime minister that his daily budget is $ 1 million a month!! So the important question now!Isn’t it the right of the Iraqi people to revolt against this corrupt regime?Is it not a humanitarian duty […]Read More The reality of dire education in Iraq
Green Party of Iraq calls on Global Greens to defend the Iraqi people’s demands for genuine democracy, social justice and their human rights. Thank you Asia Pacific Greens for articulating our shared statement of support for the Iraqi people.Read More Statement in Support of Iraq
BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Iraqi forces shot three anti-government protesters dead in the southern city of Nassiriya on Sunday, police and medics said, adding to scores killed in weeks of unrest that have shaken the war-weary country out of relative stability it had enjoyed since the defeat of Islamic State. Protesters had gathered on a bridge […]Read More Iraqi forces shoot three dead in southern city as protests flare – police, medics
The Iraqi National Green Party condemns the International silence on the crimes of the corrupt regime in IraqRead More Brutal massacres against the Iraqi people
Jane Arraf Protests continue in Baghdad with government promises doing little to quell the dissatisfaction of hundreds of thousands taking to the streets. AILSA CHANG, HOST: We’re going to go to Baghdad now, where anti-government demonstrations are intensifying. Protesters are asking for the overhaul of a political system plagued by corruption, poor government services and […]Read More Anti-Government Demonstrations Are Intensifying In Iraq
Thousands of protesters blocked all roads leading to Iraq’s main Gulf port on Saturday, after overnight clashes that added to the protests’ massive casualties.Read More Iraq protests now largest since Saddam Hussein
The corrupt regime in Iraq continues with its crimes against the Iraqi people and civilian activists.Amjad Dehamat is one of those activists who were kidnapped and killed in the southern Iraqi city of MaysanRead More Iraq is rising
European Union: Insurgent attacks on protesters are unacceptable and undermine the right to peaceful assembly.
European Commissioner for Foreign Affairs and Security Federica Mogherini said the use of excessive force against demonstrators in Iraq is unacceptable.“The excessive use of force against demonstrators is regrettable and reports of armed attacks on demonstrators undermine the right of peaceful assembly and expression of legitimate demands,” it said in a statement distributed in Brussels. […]Read More European Union: Insurgent attacks on protesters are unacceptable and undermine the right to peaceful assembly.
Khairy Makhzoomi hat diese Petition an United Nations Security Council und an 9 mehr gestartet. Just recently Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert the Head of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) and special representative to Iraq tweeted; “Disruption of critical infrastructure also of grave concern. Responsibility of all to protect public facilities. Threats/closure of roads to […]Read More The resignation of Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert Head of the UN Assistance Mission Iraq
We want a homeland!With this slogan, the Iraqi youth are demonstrating with all segments of the Iraqi people daily in peaceful ways to demand the elimination of corruption, accountability of corrupt people and the restoration of their lost homeland.Read More We want a homeland!