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    An American organization embarrasses the "Washington Post" with a long list of crimes in Iraq

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    An American organization embarrasses the "Washington Post" with a long list of crimes in Iraq Empty An American organization embarrasses the "Washington Post" with a long list of crimes in Iraq

    Post by Rocky Wed 25 Jan 2023, 2:53 pm

    An American organization embarrasses the "Washington Post" with a long list of crimes in Iraq


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    Baghdad Today - Translation
    The American Future of Freedom organization reviewed a long list of "American crimes against Iraq", in response to a recent report by The Washington Post, in which it attacked the "unjustified Russian attack on Ukraine and demanded that Putin and his entourage be tried for war crimes.”
    The organization's criticism came through an article translated by (Baghdad Today), which extended to the American newspaper, accusing it of "hypocrisy", wondering why the newspaper in particular and the American media in general in general kept silent about issuing the same claims against "Bush and his entourage" that led "an unjustified war against Iraq and took decisions that led to the country's exposure to civil war and terrorist invasions during the past years," according to the organization's expression.
    The organization called for "a public trial against Bush and his entourage" for the crimes committed by his government and its forces in Iraq during the past years, which it said "are still continuing in one way or another to this day," wondering about the reasons that "exempt" US officials from standing before international courts in the matter. The same crimes that they call for holding Russia's leaders accountable for committing. 
    And she added, "After exposing the lies that Bush and his administration released as a justification for the invasion of Iraq, Bush and his government did not apologize to the Iraqi people, but rather ordered his forces to stay in the country and kill anyone who opposes their presence," stressing that "Bush Jr. was not the only one who committed crimes against the Iraqi people." Rather, he was succeeded by Bill Clinton, who unleashed a package of the most severe and unprecedented economic sanctions against Iraq, which directly led to the death of hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqi children and children," according to her description. 
    The American organization also referred to the statements of Washington's ambassador to the United Nations in 1996, Madeleine Albright, during which she said that “the killing of half a million Iraqi children due to the siege was justified and necessary,” as one of the evidences of condemnation of “the crimes against humanity committed by the United States in Iraq,” stressing that The American plan not only failed to bring down the former regime under Saddam Hussein's administration, but “enabled him to kill more innocent Iraqis through his oppressive regime after he continued in power, exploiting American hostility as a shield for his regime." 
    The conclusion of the organization's article also stressed that Iraq "did not attack the United States in any way, but rather the opposite," explaining that "the United States was the host of hostility and still refuses to recognize the crimes it committed against Iraq and its people," as described.
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