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· August, 2005

Stories about Iraq from August, 2005

Iraq: Death Toll for Journalists

In reference to the recent shooting of Waleed Khaled, a soundman for Reuters TV, by US military snipers in Iraq, Ethan writes on how dangerous the war has been not...

Iraq: Constitution Dilemma

Iraq Rising writes ‘A Dangerous Constitution’: It seems that other than the Kurdish and Hakim’s/Ja3fari alliance, everyone else in Iraq is opposed to this constitution. And the reasons are quite...

Iraq: Protesters Carrying Saddam Photos

Iraqi4ever wonders, is that too much democracy? Who would thought after two years and a half, Ba'athies will go out again carrying Saddam Photos?

Iraq: The Hard to Write Constitution

Hammorabi says that writing a constitution for any country with homogenous culture in hard. In Iraq the job is much harder because of the complexity of the Iraqi society and...

Iraq: Constitution Law Makers

Iraq The Model post the latest statements of Iraqi law makers that surfaced after the submission of the draft of the constitution to the National Assembly.

Iraq: Democratic lies

Baghdad Dweller posts the articles of the new Iraq Constitution and says, the political fraud continues, as the lies continues.

Iraq: Pornography for War

Sabbah writes about the forum which provides free access to its pornographic content to members of the United States Military who are stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan, in exchange for...

Iraq: Al-Qaeda's threats

Mohammed of Iraq The Model writes that the Sunni respond to Al-Qaeda's threats.

Iraq: The New Constitution

New Deadline for the Iraqi Constitution, Raed Jarrar says that the Iraqi constitution shouldn’t be rushed through. Iraqis have the right to take as much time as they need to...

Iraq: The New Constitution

Iraq the Model provides us with a photographic documented example of the controversy regarding the New ‘Iraq Constitution’ between supporters of Islamic Iraqi State and Moderate woman’s who asks for...

Iraq: Women’s Rights

Dictatorial regimes are not the only reason to draw Muslim world backward, but also the dictator of the mind. The Egyptian blogger, Big Pharaoh is referring to the news about...

Iraq: Suspected bag

Guess the daily hassle of an Iraqi university girls has to go through in her way to class? Aunt Najma is describing it with a sense of humor, even when...

Iraq: Iraq moderates

Iraqi Thoughts wonder, where are the Iraq Arab liberal moderates? He is afraid that Iraq will become another Iran, where alcohol is banned, women are oppressed and the money is...

Iraq: The Iraqi government failure

Hammorabi is talking about the failure of Talabani-Aljafari-Alhakem coalition and state that it is not only failure in the security issues and preventing the terrorist attacks but in producing successful...

Iraq: Steven Vincent, a real martyr

Free Iraqi describe Steven Vincent as Real Martyr and is accusing what he calls the gangs of the radical she'at parties for his death. He also blames the Iraqi government...

Iraq: Ask for Iraqi Detainees Basic Rights

Raed in the Middle is campaigning to improve the detention and imprisonment system in Iraq and saying that is needs a lot of work before it starts to function in...

Iraq: I found myself…

Khalid Jarrar, the blogger who was arrested and then later released by the Iraqi secret police, writes about his experiences as a prisoner.

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