Iraq after 2003 occupation

Inside Iraq - Iraq: A satellite of Iran?

Uploaded on Apr 17, 2010

Iran maintains that its positive influence in Iraq is mistaken as interference but when Iraqi politicians met in Tehran to discuss the formation of a new government, Iran's power was unmistakeable. Inside Iraq discusses Iran's influence in Iraq.

Control Room -- Propaganda of the Iraq War

Published on May 2, 2012

See how tight constraints and desire to win over the hearts and minds of people world wide to support the baseless cause for the invasion of Iraq. See how different the sides are between east and western reporting. You be the judge of the truth.

Secrets of War Declassified Gulf War Iraqs Secrets

Published on Dec 3, 2014

Secrets of War Declassified 09of20 Gulf War Iraqs Secrets

Saddam Hussein used cunning and deception to befriend the West. Then he turned his back. He has risked everything to secretly develop his weapons of mass destruction, including the welfare of his own people

The Iraq War From The Frontline

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Published on Sep 26, 2014

Mission Accomplished: Langan in Iraq (2004) - The definitive grassroots view of the Iraqi invasion.
Seven months after war was declared over, journalist Sean Langan arrived in Iraq. He spent three months living in the notorious Sunni triangle, deftly moving between resistance fighters and the American troops. Travelling where few journalists dare to go and filming alone, the producer has captured a rare grassroots view of the war still raging across Iraq.
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What was life really like in Saddam’s Iraq?

Published on Sep 25, 2014

Saddam's Hussein: Filmed just before the First Gulf War this is the story of a society dominated by one man...
What was life really like in Saddam’s Iraq? This week’s offering is the definitive documentary on the cult of Saddam Hussein. Filmed just before the first Gulf war, it depicts a prosperous and sophisticated society in which every aspect of life is coloured by ‘love’ for the ‘Great Leader’. Darkly ironic, this film captures the surreal and Orwellian nature of life under Saddam Hussein. In a country which today has lost even its most basic services, the testimony of this vanquished middle-class and the prosperity oftheir society resonates on many levels.
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Invasion of Iraq: How the British and Americans got it wrong

Uploaded on Dec 2, 2011

Strategy of the Iraq invasion by US and UK armies/politicians

'The Salvador Option': Iraq, Memory, and the Death Squad War

Published on Oct 7, 2012

Journalist Mark Danner Keynote speech at "Image, Memory, and the Paradox of Peace: 15 years after the El Salvador Peace Accords," a conference held at the University of Texas, Austin

From El Salvador to Iraq: Washington's man behind brutal police squads

Retired Colonel Jim Steele, whose military decorations include the Silver Star, the Defence Distinguished Service Medal, four Legions of Merit, three Bronze Stars and the Purple Heart, is not at home. Nor is he at his office headquarters in Geneva, where he is listed as the chief executive officer of Buchanan Renewables, an energy company. Similar efforts to track him down at his company's office in Monrovia are futile. Messages are left. He doesn't call back.

For over a year the Guardian has been trying to contact Steele, 68, to ask him about his role during the Iraq war as US defence secretary Donald Rumsfeld's personal envoy to Iraq's Special Police Commandos: a fearsome paramilitary force that ran a secret network of detention centres across the country – where those suspected of rebelling against the US-led invasion were tortured for information.

The Salvador Option in Iraq

Uploaded on May 3, 2009

Death Squads of Iraq created by the "Coalition of the Willing", the free (insane) world. 
For more info read: http://globalresearch.ca/articles/FUL...
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'Salvador Option' mooted for Iraq

By Tom Gibb 

BBC, South America

With no end to the Iraq conflict in sight, some US military strategists have been considering tactics used during the civil war in El Salvador, a brutal and bloody campaign that lasted for years.

The US colonel in charge at the close of El Salvador's civil war was a tall man with a shaven head, which, as a colleague put it, "looked as if it would repel cannonballs".