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· October, 2005

Stories about Iraq from October, 2005

Iraq: Who is Mosul's Real Inhabitants?

Truth Teller of A Citizen Of Mosul is wondering, are the American Encyclopedias are so ignorant, that they didn't know the real inhabitants of the city of Mosul are Arab?...

Iraq: A short Guide to Iraq

LadyBird of Baghdad Dweller comments on quotes from A short Guide to Iraq (PDF) written for American soldiers who were stationed in Iraq to prevent Nazis from seizing the country’s...

Iraq: Palestine Hotel Attack

Christopher says that Monday’s attack on the Palestine Hotel was not targeting journalists, but a security company in the hotel, according to my sources in the insurgency.

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

This week marked the beginning of a trial for Saddam Hussein, not only is this trial an unprecedted event, but the question that lingers is that can he really be...

Iraq: Constitution Approved

Truth Teller says that the constitution passed the stage of obstructed labor. The biggest fraud in the history of Iraq. Don't say the referendum at Saddam time was bigger, NO,...

Iraq: Iraqi Constitution Results

Hammorabi posts partial results of votes for the Iraqi Constitution. Christopher hopes that Independent Electoral Commission in Iraq can show the vote was fair.

Iraq: Ambulatory Clinic

Mama on her way to work. Mines in the middle of the road, no road safety, lack of gasoline, and as a dentist without dental fillings & preventive materials, It's...

Iraq: Downtime in Baghda

Christopher of Back to Iraq says: “My mental state is not what it was; I’m irritable and snappish, with less patience than ever before. Panic attacks are becoming more common...

Iraq: Stolen Smile

ChildrenVoiceIraq calls: “Lets get back the stolen happiness to the Iraqi kids , Lets return nice smiles to their small lips. These wars and violence took every thing from them...

Saddam's Trial Roundup

Saddam's trial was a breaking news of the day, here is quick roundup. Some for the trial, others against. Some emotionally, others legally. Akba of IRAQ RISING says: I don't...

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

According to preliminary results the Iraqi Constitution Referendum has passed with a “yes” vote. And while the world waits for the official results, Iraqi Kurds and Kurds in general have...

Iraq: Baghdad's Ancient Battery

A Free Writer says that while excavating ruins of a 2000-year-old village near Baghdad, workers discovered mysterious small vase. German archaeologist ,Wilhelm Konig, examined the object and came to a...

Iraq: Saddam never gassed his own people

A Family From Mosul writes: A much-discussed article in The New Yorker last March did not make reference to the Defense Intelligence Agency report or consider that Iranian gas might...

Iraq: New Constitution, Yes or No?

As the vote on Iraqi new constitution is coming close (2 days left), ChristianIraq, Hassan of An Average Iraqi and Omar of Iraq The Model, all give us an update...

Iraq: Zawahri Letter

Issandr El Amrani, The Sandmonkey and Sabbah; all discussed the intercepted Letter of Al Qaeda, which was released yesterday.

Travels in the Kurdish Blogosphere

For Iraqis, October 15th is the big day… the day of Iraqi Constitution Referendum. The vote is a simple yes or no in favor of the Iraqi Constitution. All Iraqis...

Iraq: Privatization in Iraq

Baghdad Dweller says that extreme right-wing trying aggressively to spread a myth that privatization is the ultimate solution to the Third-World countries economic problems, the same myth is also adopted...

Iraq: Walk the Talk

Aunt Najma writes; “Try and put yourself in their shoes”.. I've been told to do so with American soldiers, over and over, and I did. It didn't give me a...

Iraq: Sunni and Constitution

Sami of An Iraqi's Thoughts blogs answer the question; what benefits are there for the Sunni Arabs of Iraq in the new constitution?

Syria: Operation “Block the Vote”

Joshua Landis at Syria Comment reports that the US military offensives in western Iraq have driven thousands of Sunnis–and Sunni voters–into Syria. The Iraqi Parliamentary Speaker Hajem al-Hassani has spoken...

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