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dissatisfied?

dissatisfied?

26 Oct, '0618 Comments

Ah, the news today has something a bit odd in it… Bush, that leader of the “free” world, has voiced his dissatisfaction in the progress of the Iraqi war. And here I am thinking that the “mission was accomplished” all those moons ago. Or was that just another photo opportunity to be whipped out at […]

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A Shock of Pink

A Shock of Pink

9 Jun, '063 Comments

Ixora Chinensis (Nana Lutea), originally uploaded by malyousif. Happy Friday friends… this is my present to the Multi Forces in Iraq for making Iraq a little bit safer today after their expediting Zarqawi’s long over-due interview with Allah.

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Ahhhh… Muharraqis

Ahhhh… Muharraqis

29 Apr, '06175 Comments

Very pretty aren’t they? Kids fronting a demonstration in Muharraq yesterday in support of “the Iraqi resistance” and the Palestinians. The demonstration was organised by some group calling themselves “National Justice Movement” in cooperation with the Shura Islamic Political Society and National Constitutional Grouping which brought out about 150 people, according to Al-Wasat (arabic). Now […]

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Freedom without security isn’t much of a freedom!

26 Apr, '061 Comment

blogging the 4th Arab Media Forum in Dubai This is the over-riding feeling at the “Status of Iraqi media” chaired by Jassim Al-Azzawi and included Faisal Al-Yasseri (founder and chairman of Al-Diyar television channel), Ismael Zayer (Managing Editor at Al-Sabah Al-Jadeed newspaper) and Adnan Hussain (the noted writer and long time Saddam-regime opponent writing for […]

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Mohammed Khalid’s Heroes

Mohammed Khalid’s Heroes

8 Jul, '0510 Comments

On the 6th of this month, we woke up to the news that the Bahrain Charge d’Affairs in Iraq has been shot and wounded in a botched kidnapping attempt. Hassan Al-Ansari’s quick thinking saved his life. In a separate incident, the Egyptian ambassador was kidnapped, and later killed according to reports. Terrorists in Iraq seem […]

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