Gulf War

Leaving A Nasty Taste: Lebanese Restaurant Displays Giant Saddam Hussein Poster As 'Political Protest'

Huffington Post UK/ National News | Sara C Nelson | Posted 31.03.2014 | UK

Customers are calling for a boycott of a Lebanese restaurant after the owner placed a giant photograph of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein in the...

Assed Baig's Skin Deep Analysis of the West and Malala

John Sargeant | Posted 16.09.2013 | UK Politics
John Sargeant

What "saved" Malala was not a knight in shining armour, but a skilled experienced team of specialised trauma surgeons and intensive care staff in the UK. That a 15 year old being shot for writing about civil rights might strike a chord with activists on these global universal human rights issues should not surprise us, except perhaps Baig and others that suggest a Western saviour complex.

The Iraqi Revolution Will Not Be Televised - But the Battered Detainee's 'Confession' Will...

Neil Durkin | Posted 12.05.2013 | UK Politics
Neil Durkin

Since Saddam's departure Iraqi television viewers have been served up programmes with names like Terrorism in the Grip of Justice. This has shown pre-trial detainees 'fessing up to things like being a member of an armed group, abduction and murder... In some cases the 'confessees' have actually been executed in shoddy trial largely based on these highly prejudicial appearances

Review: 'The Devil's Double'

Daniel Green | Posted 07.10.2011 | UK Entertainment
Daniel Green

Based upon the autobiographical novel of Latif Yahia, a body double for Saddam Hussein's son Uday Hussein during the late 1980s, director Lee Tamahori...

Blair 'To Be Criticised' By Iraq War Inquiry

PA | Posted 05.02.2013 | UK

PRESS ASSOCIATION -- The Iraq Inquiry is poised to deliver damning criticism of Tony Blair's handling of the war, it has been reported. The investi...