Category Archives: Iraq

Talk Like an Iraqi

How to Talk Like an Iraqi Overcoming language barriers can be a matter of life or death in Iraq. Soldiers, medical personnel, and Iraqi citizens struggle to convey crucial information on a daily basis. While human translators are used in … Continue reading

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Senator Clinton Makes Rumsfeld Squirm at Iraq Hearing

Senator Clinton Makes Rumsfeld Squirm at Iraq Hearing Senator Clinton’s Statements and Question to Rumsfeld:Thank you very much, Senator McCain.Mr. Secretary [Rumsfeld], We’re glad you are here. In your opening statements, you reference the commonsense of Americans. I think it’s … Continue reading

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Love in a Time of Madness

A Sunni and a Shiite fall in love in Iraq. They get married, have kids. Then Muslim extremists start a religious bloodbath. What should a mixed family do? BY Babak Dehghanpisheh, Rod Nordland and Michael Hastings Newsweek March 13, 2006 … Continue reading

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Holy Shrine Explosion

Disbelief Iraqis gather inside the damaged Shiite holy shrine of Imam Ali Al-Hadi which is located in Samarra, 60 miles north of Baghdad. اللهم كن لوليك الحجة بن الحسن ،، صلواتك عليه وعلى آبائه في هذه الساعة وفي كل ساعة … Continue reading

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