Saturday, May 24, 2014

Over 724 violent deaths in Iraq so far this month

War Crimes never stop in Iraq as Nouri al-Maliki continues to target the civilians in Falluja.  Today?  National Iraqi News Agency reports 1 civilian was killed and six more injured when Nouri bombed their Falluja home and another round of bombings of residential neighborhoods left 4 civilians dead and sixteen more injured.  In addition, Al-Faouq Omar Mosque was bombed as was the Falluja Water Department.

Every day more people are killed and injured in the attacks on Falluja's residential neighborhoods.

Where's the press outcry outside Iraq?

The White House better forget about hopping their high horse when they want to sell war next because the world is witnessing Nouri's War Crimes and the world is aware that the US government is arming Nouri and backing him for a third term as prime minister.

The US government is in bed with a War Criminal.

That makes the US government complicit in War Crimes.

It's a fact that Vice President Joe Biden used to grasp and one that he noted publicly in April of 2008 when he was still a US senator.


Nothing but silence from Joe.

Through yesterday, Iraq Body Count counts 724 violent deaths so far this month.

In some of today's other reported violence, National Iraqi News Agency reports a Tikrit roadside bombing left 1 athletic trainer killed and his son injured, a Balad roadside bombing left 3 police members dead and two more injured, 3 farmers (Ibrahim Mit'ib and Ghassan Yahya and Muhammad Ali Yahya)  were kidnapped in Sadoniah Village and then were found dead, Joint Operations Command announced they killed 85 suspects, 2 Tuz Khurmato bombings left 5 police members and one civilian dead (and three more injured), 1 person was shot dead in Zab, a Hammam al-Aleel bombing left 1 police member dead and two others injured, a Haditha car bombing killed 4 people and left three police members injured, an al-Ratba bombing left one police member injured, a southern Mosul bombing left 1 police member dead and two more injured, a Tuz Khurmatu roadside bombing left 1 person dead and another injured, a Ramadi battle left 14 rebels dead, the military killed 2 suspects in Qayyarah, a Khazraj Village roadside bombing left 4 Iranians dead and five Iraqis injured, Baghdad Operations Command announced they killed 5 suspects, and a Kirkuk car bombing left 10 people dead and thirty-three people were injured.  All Iraq News adds 1 Sahwa was shot dead in Mosul.

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  • Ed Etc.
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