The way Iraq was cremated

 


Next month marks the 18th anniversary of the Iraq war. At one time, Baghdad, a school of learning and a center of learning for King Harunur Rashid and his wife Yobeda Khatun, had been reduced to ashes. The United States invaded Iraq 18 years ago. 

There were 480,000 troops from the United States, 46,000 from the United Kingdom, and 2,000 from Australia. Hundreds more came from Poland, Spain, Portugal and Denmark.

 In the first five weeks of the war, 29,000 bombs and missiles were dropped on Iraqi soil. Now that so many massacres have been carried out "smoothly", world civilization now says the attack is a crime under international law. 

This is what almost all countries are saying now. On February 15, 2003, 30 million people took to the streets in 60 countries to protest the war.

 The American historian Arthur Slinger, who was the author of a speech by President John F. Kennedy, likened the invasion of Iraq to the horrific Japanese invasion of Pearl Harbor in 1941 during World War II.

The death toll from the Iraq war is not accurate. One by one the sources gave the same kind of data. People are frustrated by not getting the right information.

 According to scientific data collection, the number of deaths in the first three years was 655,000 and by 2007, one million people had been killed. 

Lethal weapons of mass destruction in Iraq also claimed many lives in 2008; The " war" state of the country continued from 2009 to 2014. Since then, there have been more bombings against ISIS on Iraqi soil and in Syria, with 118,000 bombs.

 The heaviest artillery shells since the Vietnam War were used on Iraqi soil against IS. In the city of Mosul alone, 40,000 civilians have been killed to uproot IS from the country.

 More people have been injured during this long period than have been killed. According to the Iraqi government's comprehensive data, 2 million Iraqis are disabled.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) says millions more Iraqis are homeless and displaced. The report said that 200,000 Iraqis had fled to Jordan and Syria for safe haven. 

While Jordan is calm, Syria is troubled. There is no provision of food, drink and shelter in that country. Forced men are joining the fight to the death for money, to put it bluntly.

 The girls are begging for food in the camp. There is the cry of war in Syria, there is the horror of war in Iraq. Even then, Iraqis felt that the cries of the mourners were 'safe'! 

There are also 1.6 million Iraqi refugees inside the country. The United States has continued to use heavy bombardment and artillery to destroy IS installations. As a result, people's homes have been destroyed, people have become refugees. 

There is no 'luxury' media to spread the sad news of children and women. With the rise of IS, many have returned to their homes and found crumbling infrastructure that is uninhabitable. 

Thousands of Iraqis have lived under the open sky. These misfortunes went tragically from 2014 to 2017. Thousands of children who were born in the beginning because of the war have reached the age of youth as fools.

 Now jumping on the enemy with arms is their occupation or addiction, either daily labor or begging.  

Uneducated people are increasing rapidly in the once civilized nation's school! It remains to be seen where the war will bring the Iraqis down.

The men who are now ruling Iraq were all once exiled. They arrived in Baghdad in 2003 with the help of US and British troops. Iraq exports 3.8 million barrels of oil a day and earns 80 billion a year. 

Education, health, housing and new job creation - all cost very little money. People are protesting in the streets to eradicate corrupt officials and corruption. 

The head of government and the people of the government are constantly being forced to resign. 

Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person. Such as Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, Mohammad Tawfiq Alabi and others. Alabi's departure was celebrated by protesters. So far, 600 protesters have been killed in Iraq.

 The hell of Iraqi politics is still going on. Of these, 5,000 foreign troops, mainly from the United States, remain in Iraq. On the other hand, Iran has infiltrated Iraqi politics.

The crisis has affected not only Iraqis, but also US troops. So far, 85,000 U.S. fighters have suffered from lung and respiratory problems. Many have been diagnosed with cancer, neurological disorders, depression, and emphysema. Many U.S. soldiers have committed suicide. 

In the First Gulf War, the United States dropped 340 tons of bombs, explosives, and depleted uranium. Soil and water have become toxic, causing cancer has been skyrocketed, the environment has become toxic due to dozens of oil wells has been burnt, oil has spilled from freshwater sources, sewage systems has been collapsed, chemicals has been accumulated, and millions of tons of rubble being dumped. 

Pieces of stone-cement, piles of military waste under the open sky and the ‘burn peat’ of war have created horrible environmental pollution. 

Now the children that are being born are born with various defects and disabilities and the family and society

The burden is increasing. Many suffer from leukemia. The crisis has affected not only Iraqis, but also US troops. So far, 85,000 U.S. fighters have suffered from lung and respiratory problems. 

Many have been diagnosed with cancer, neurological disorders, depression, and emphysema. Many U.S. soldiers have committed suicide. 

The Guardian reports that some parts of Iraq have become hotbeds of environmental pollution that will never get better.

An adviser to the Iraqi parliament told the media that Iraq was preparing to file a lawsuit against the United States in the International Court of Justice. 

Preparation of the case for the destruction of the country's sovereignty and the use of harmful and banned uranium in civilian areas. The United States has dumped hundreds of tons of depleted uranium and toxic waste in Iraq.

 Al-Maluma news agency reports that the Iraqi government is preparing lawsuits against the United States in Swedish and German courts for crimes against humanity and human rights abuses. 

It is also known that the Iraqi government will bring some crimes to justice. Iraq thinks it may raise the issue of US international accountability.

According to official figures from Iraq, there were 140,000 cancer patients in Iraq before the first Gulf War in 1991. In 2005 this number went up to 60 people per thousand and now it is 160!

 In addition to cancer, the birth of a child with a disability due to uranium is a daily occurrence in that country. The number of disabled children born in Iraq resulted in 14 times than the atomic bombings of Nagasaki and Hiroshima in 1945.

 Hundreds of people have been hospitalized with complex kidney, liver and lung diseases that have never been seen before in Iraq. Children are dying of leukemia and anemia. 

Iraqi women are giving birth to premature babies and abortions are taking place. This condition is especially serious in Al-Fallujah. The U.S. military has also used banned white phosphorus in Fallujah.
Dillard Johnson, a 48-year-old U.S. soldier, killed 2,746 Iraqis in five years alone from 2005 to 2010. During his retirement, he was awarded the title of "War Hero" by the US Armed Forces and 37 medals.Johnson said in an interview with Fox News that he enjoyed killing people more than hunting deer as a child. But his wife divorced him for such a demonic character.
 It is reported that the Americans dumped 2320 tons of toxic substances in Iraq, which has the power to infect everyone. 

The British War Office says the Iraqi government has not been able to remove the waste in time, so these misfortunes!

Dillard Johnson, a 48-year-old U.S. soldier, killed 2,746 Iraqis in five years alone from 2005 to 2010. During his retirement, he was awarded the title of "War Hero" by the US Armed Forces and 37 medals.

 Johnson said in an interview with Fox News that he enjoyed killing people more than hunting deer as a child. 

But his wife divorced him for such a demonic character. According to the same report, 1.5 million Iraqis were killed.

Zaidi, an Iraqi journalist who made history by throwing two moccasin shoes at former US President George W. Bush. "I am free," he said in an article published in the Guardian. "But my country is enchained."

'Year after year, 1 million Iraqis have been shot and killed in the war. Iraq now has 5 million orphans, 1 million widows, and countless millions more homeless. Millions of refugees inside and outside the country. Now this is the picture of Iraq.'

' The occupying forces are responsible for this. Their attacks and tortures have separated brother from brother, neighbor from neighbor, houses have become places of burial.'

' My country is persecuted. Baghdad is on fire. Photographs of thousands of miserable people are constantly hitting my brain cells. The scandal of Abu Ghraib, the Fallujjah massacre; Najaf, Hadija, Sadar City, Basra, Diyala, Mosul are burning.'

' My wounded Iraq!. I have visited many places and seen with my own eyes how intense the suffering of the people of the country is. I am burning with their grief. When the opportunity came, I did not miss it.'

'When I threw shoe to the criminal Bush, I wanted to explain to him how much he was lying, I wanted him to be rejected there, to protest against him. I didn't want to be a hero, I didn't even think about it. '

Iraq has become a crematorium, 1.5 million people have been killed, the crippled, the refugees and the sick are dying; But no one was found guilty. The ICC, a month ago, refused to investigate British war criminals last December, and neither Bush, Blair nor Howard are now on trial.

In the midst of the horrors of war, an average of 20 American soldiers commit suicide every day in various ways. This number is much higher than the number of U.S. troops killed in the entire war. 

As of February 2020, 4,575 American and 181 British troops had been killed. 32,200 injured. In addition, 917 officials of the private company Blackwater were also killed. Young soldiers and members are more likely to commit suicide. 

One study found that young soldiers became anxious to return home and became obsessed with touching loved ones and children. Family life on social media and ‘hi hello’ makes them restless. Seeing no sign of stopping the war, they chose the path of suicide.

The first victim of the US invasion of Iraq without the consent of the UN Security Council was the UN Charter. 

Because after the Second World War, the United Nations is the hope of world peace and development. The United Nations is enlivened by the mantra of preventing one state from intimidating and attacking another. 

The 2002 Bush Doctrine has been rejected on all fronts. The then UN Secretary-General, the late Kofi Annan, called the operation "illegal." The Muslim-majority countries of Syria, Libya, Lebanon and Yemen are now under attack because of this move by the West.

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