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  • U.S. allows Muslim 'fox in the henhouse'

    03/20/2004 5:56:20 AM PST · by joesnuffy · 15 replies · 1,173+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | March 20, 2004 | Kenneth R. Timmerman
    U.S. allows Muslim 'fox in the henhouse' Guest panelist threatened America, openly supported terror groups Posted: March 20, 2004 1:00 a.m. Eastern Editor's note: WorldNetDaily is pleased to have a content-sharing agreement with Insight magazine, the bold Washington publication not afraid to ruffle establishment feathers. Subscribe to Insight at WorldNetDaily's online store and save 71 percent off the cover price. By Kenneth R. Timmerman © 2004 Insight/News World Communications Inc. The congressionally funded United States Institute of Peace hosted an event yesterday in Washington on reforming Islam, with a guest panelist who has threatened the United States and openly supported...
  • Books are back for Bohemians of new Baghdad

    08/03/2004 11:51:58 PM PDT · by propertius · 3 replies · 288+ views
    Daily Telegraph ^ | 4 Aug 2004 | Adrian Blomfield
    Baghdad By Adrian Blomfield in Baghdad (Filed: 04/08/2004) Saddam Hussein would be grumbling in his prison cell if he knew. Al-Mutanabi Street, the book-lined alley whose spirit he tried for decades to crush, is again filled with customers, from communists to clerics, who would once have faced jail for reading some of the material on offer. One man browsing the stalls was Sami al-Mutairy, a one-eyed poet and playwright who wrote The Tribes of Fear, a thinly-veiled attack on Saddam's attempts to sow ethnic disunity. He was imprisoned and tortured by the Ba'ath party's secret police. "They used a ring...
  • Red flags fly over Baghdad: Iraqi Communists get U.S. support in role in new interim government

    07/05/2004 10:07:18 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 26 replies · 709+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Tuesday, July 6, 2004 | Joseph Farah
    © 2004 WorldNetDaily.com The Iraqi Communist Party is strongly represented in the new interim government in Baghdad and is getting U.S. taxpayer support thanks to a U.S. group led by former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, reports Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin, the premium, online intelligence newsletter published by WND. Communists celebrate transition to new government in Baghdad No group in Iraq was more vociferous in its celebration June 28 of the transition of power from the U.S.-led coalition that the ICP. Outside the party's office in Baghdad, a dancing cheering crowd waved red flags as sympathetic passing motorists sounded their horns. Iraq's...
  • Iraq: Flashpoint city shuns Islamists in council elections

    01/28/2004 7:26:34 PM PST · by Pikamax · 2 replies · 151+ views
    Iraqpress ^ | 01/28/04 | IRaqpress
    Flashpoint city shuns Islamists in council elections Anbar, Iraq Press, January 28, 2004 – Political factions with secular and democratic leanings emerged the winners in the first local elections held here since the downfall of Saddam Hussein nearly 10 months ago. Some 18 groups contested the three seats dedicated to the city’s political parties. The city council consists of 40 members, most of them were nominated by the US occupation troops and city elders. The elections for the three seats, in which the majority of the legible voters of Ramadi’s 440,000 people took part, were free and direct. The success...
  • Iraq Office Explosion Kills Two Men

    01/23/2004 8:15:43 AM PST · by TexKat · 3 replies · 180+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 01/23/04 | SAMIR N. YACOUB
    BAGHDAD, Iraq - A bomb planted in a meeting room exploded after a gathering of the Iraqi Communist Party, killing two men in an apparent attack on supporters of the U.S.-backed government, officials said Friday. The attack in Baghdad on Thursday appeared aimed at undermining the Communists, who have become the most organized political group in the country since the collapse of Saddam Hussein's Baath party. The Communists have one representative on the U.S.-backed, 25-member Iraqi Governing Council. The bombing came as U.S. forces arrested a father and son suspected of launching a mortar and rocket barrage that killed two...
  • Communist 'comeback' in Iraq

    05/30/2003 7:21:05 AM PDT · by knighthawk · 3 replies · 115+ views
    The Australian ^ | May 30 2003
    ON the morning of April 10, a day after US tanks stormed the Iraqi capital and looters began to ravage government buildings, a group of young men laid claim to a military housing command in downtown Baghdad. After ousting the looters, the newcomers unfurled and planted a red flag with a gold hammer and sickle on the building. The banner, unseen in Iraq in many decades, would have gotten them shot only hours earlier by Saddam Hussein's security forces. "Even during Saddam's most savage repression we had an underground presence in Baghdad and other cities, mobilising the masses and fighting...
  • Iraqis snap up property - families, factions move into regime's buildings or boot out Palestinians

    05/03/2003 10:20:38 AM PDT · by MeekOneGOP · 9 replies · 175+ views
    The Dallas Morning News ^ | May 3, 2003 | By TOD ROBBERSON / The Dallas Morning News
    Iraqis snap up property Families, factions move into regime's buildings or boot out Palestinians 05/03/2003 By TOD ROBBERSON / The Dallas Morning News BAGHDAD, Iraq – Available now, rent-free: four-bedroom, four-bathroom apartment, Tigris riverfront with view of presidential palace, some minor door lock repairs necessary. Inquire within. Perhaps not since Americans settled public lands using the Homestead Act of 1862 has the world witnessed the transfer of so much real estate to so many people in such a short amount of time as in the three weeks since the fall of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein's government. Across Baghdad and the...
  • Reds under the ruins (Iraqi Communism)

    05/01/2003 7:07:16 AM PDT · by Enemy Of The State · 2 replies · 149+ views
    Asia Times ^ | 5.2.03 | Paul Belden
    Reds under the ruinsBy Paul Belden BAGHDAD - He still calls himself Abu Ayad, but that's only because old habits die hard. "It's my secret name," he explains with a smile, wiping his professorial spectacles against the sleeve of his neat, nerdy, button-down yellow shirt. This secret-named, hardened political fighter is, it turns out, a shy man at heart. Shy - but not embarrassed. The name and the reason behind it, may seem to be holdovers of a different era, but they were once the dead-serious necessities of political activism in this land where even the suspicion of such an...
  • First Newspaper to Hit Baghdad's Streets Is (Commie) Red

    04/20/2003 10:48:52 AM PDT · by ALS · 47 replies · 209+ views
    Reuters ^ | Sun April 20, 2003 08:26 AM ET | Rosalind Russell
    BAGHDAD (Reuters) - It would not be Washington's first choice, but the long-banned Iraq Communist Party on Sunday won the race to publish the first newspaper in Baghdad since the fall of Saddam Hussein. The eight-page "People's Path" was handed out for free, snapped up eagerly by passers-by hungry for any kind of news after the U.S. invasion eradicated state-run media. "Collapse of a Dictator" read the headline under the hammer and sickle on the front page, followed by an article railing against the abuses of Saddam's "bloody, terrorist reign." "With the dictatorship's collapse, all the wishes of the vast...