News Releases

Thursday, 18th February 2016

LESSONS OF RAMADI

Iraq: West Must Learn the Bitter Lessons of Ramadi in Mosul

Tuesday, 16th February 2016

DISBAND BRUTAL MILITIAS IN IRAQ

Call to disband paramilitary and popular mobilization forces, as barriers to reforms, national reconciliation in Iraq, and victory over DAESH

 

Friday, 12th February 2016

WEST MUST EXERCISE CAUTION OVER IRAQ AID

WEST SHOULD DEMAND GOOD GOVERNANCE IN EXCHANGE FOR AID TO IRAQ

Tuesday, 19th January 2016

MEQHDADIYA STILL UNDER SIEGE

Iraq : Meqhdadiya under siege for the second week

Call to dissolve the pro-Iran militias & Popular Mobilization Force (Hashid al-Shaabi)

Friday, 15th January 2016

ETHNIC CLEANSING IN IRAQ

Massacre and forced migration of Sunnis by Iranian militias in Diyala, particularly in Meqhdadiya

Iraqi PM Abadi, U.S. and UN Security Council must intervene to stop crimes against humanity in Diyala

Thursday, 7th January 2016

VICTORY IN RAMADI

Victory of Iraqi army and Sunni tribes in Ramadi.

The need for extensive training and arming of Sunnis by U.S.

Tuesday, 29th December 2015

LETTER TO EDITORS ON SALMOND'S IRAN VISIT

The Editor

23rd December 2015

Dear Sir,

Tuesday, 29th December 2015

SNP SQUANDERING MONEY ON LOST MUP CAUSE

SNP SQUANDERING MONEY ON ALCOHOL MINIMUM PRICING LOST CAUSE

Wednesday, 23rd December 2015

THEFT OF BAIJI OIL REFINERY IN IRAQ

Iraq: UN Security Council should act immediately to stop the theft of Baiji refinery equipment by Iran

Following the defeat of the Daesh (ISIS) terrorists and their forced retreat from the city of Baiji in northern Iraq, the Iranian-led militias quickly took control of the area. As a result, the Baiji oil refinery, the biggest in Iraq, is currently being dismantled and transferred to Iran. Many technicians from the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps, on the pretext of rebuilding the refinery, have gone to Baiji to organize this massive theft.

Monday, 7th December 2015

IRAN IGNORES IRAQ'S BORDERS

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards ignore Iraq’s borders

500,000 Iranians enter Iraq without a visa en route to Syria

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