[size=36]Hidden secrets .. exposes the determination of Britain and America to destroy Iraq[/size]
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line with what is being vowed a war, led by the West and its Arab fuel, these days presents a Hollywood film, produced in 2019, brings to the fore the "conspiracy theory" woven by America and Britain, in order to protect the Zionist project, and the Egala in the cultural destruction of the Arab and Islamic nation . Starring in the film "Official Secrets" by American Keira Knightley and Palestinian Adam Bakri, directed by South African Gavin Hood.
It exposes the hidden clues of the insistence of Britain and America on the destruction of Iraq and its ancient civilization and its immersion in religious backwardness and intolerance, using contradictory and fabricated justifications, exposing the long-term plans for the structural and moral destruction of Iraq and the Arab nation in general.
A British spy has an anti-war feeling on the doorstep, as British and American media propaganda makes funny spies, such as that Saddam Hussein possesses weapons of mass destruction and financially supports al-Qaeda.
When pictures of US President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair emerge from her home, they shout at them: "You liars." "Saddam Hussein is a dictator but he cannot be a religious fanatic," she shouts.
By virtue of her work in British communications, the heroine receives a letter from a person in the CIA requesting British intelligence to ask for help in spying on the United Nations to influence her to issue a decision to strike and destroy Iraq.
But the anti-war woman, without daring to express her feeling because of the nature of her work, seeks to publish the document in a newspaper, sending a friend whom she trusts to hand over the document to a journalist who detonates it, detonating a bomb in the media.
The reason for the US administration to say that the document fabricated, based on the words in English and not American, and the reason that the newspaper corrected subjected the news, according to the daily habit, linguistic review, so switched the American vocabulary with an English one; Aside from British anti-war public opinion.
The heroine will suffer from a series of psychological wars, after her confession was revealed as a result of her confession, when her co-workers began to be harassed in search of information leaks, herself went to the team of secret interrogators, and made them confess.
Following this confession, she was placed in solitary confinement, her home searched, and her husband, of Iraqi Kurdish origin, was harassed before she was released pending trial, but the harassment continued to harass her and pressured her throughout the film.
Under the psychological war against her, her husband was taken, without notice, to the airport to be deported from Britain, under the pretext that he had not yet completed the procedures for obtaining residence papers; The whole world is against it. After the intervention of friends, her husband is returned from the airport, moments before the flight.
Surprisingly, at the time of her trial, the prosecution suddenly gave up the case, with astonishment mixed with joy, but the lawyer insists on requesting documents from the government. At the moment, there is heated debate between a veteran lawyer and prosecutor, even though they are friends in the evening meeting in front of the beach for fishing. At the end of the trial, the judge asks the heroine to leave the courtrooms. The lawsuit has been withdrawn.
At the end of the film, the lawyer asks his friend the prosecutor why all this psychological torture of the heroine, as long as you decided, in the end, to withdraw the case, the prosecutor replies: to be a lesson to others. Here the lawyer asks his friend to look for another spot in the beach, which is far from him.
Similar events are taking place "realistically" in the Middle East, following the high frequency of war-telling developments, especially after the discovery of the use of Iranian weapons in the attack on Saudi Aramco. We all know that oil is the secret of America and the West's interest in the region, similar to repeating the same "scenario" of engaging Iran and Saudi Arabia in an absurd war, whose humanitarian and material implications are hard to predict.
For "Mahmoud Al Rahbi"