IRAQ IN OTTOMAN TIME (العراق في العهد العثماني) Iraq History (Ottoman Empire)
Iraq, the Cradle Of Civilization - Documentary
Published on Feb 8, 2014
After thousands of years as a hunter/gatherer, man built the first cities 5,000 years ago on the banks of the Euphrates in Southern Iraq. Civilization began. City life transformed the human race with the glorious cultures of Mesopotamia such as Ur, and Babylon.
تنصيب الملك فيصل الثاني (ملك العراق) العرش 1953
زيارة الملك فيصل الثاني لكلية بغداد سنة 1958
The story of Baghdad College قصة كلية بغداد
رؤساء وزراء العراق 1920- 2011
Islamic Golden Age - Science and Philosophy in Baghdad
نوري باشا السعيد
History of Baghdad تاريخ بغداد
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Iraq Museum المتحف العراقي by M A G م ع ك
Maliki and terrorism
Censored Images of War
A bulldozer buries in a mass grave, the bodies of dead Iraqi soldiers
A US Military graves detail with a bulldozer buries in a mass grave, the bodies of dead Iraqi soldiers killed along the Mile of Death, on the road between Kuwait City and Basra, north of Kuwait City. Many of the Iraqi soldiers were killed along this stretch of highway on the 25th and 26th of February. Few images of this scene have ever been seen.
US vs Iraq - Another 'Highway Of Death' Slaughter
By William A. Cook
"The US armed forces bombed one end of the main highway from Kuwait city to Basra, sealing it off. They bombed the other end of the highway and sealed it off. They positioned mechanized artillery units on the hills overlooking it. And then, from the air and from the land they simply massacred every living thing on the road. Fighter bombers, helicopter gunships, and armored battalions poured merciless firepower on traffic jams backed up for as much as twenty miles. When the traffic became grid locked, the B-52s were sent in for carpet bombing." Our forces did not wait for the fleeing people to surrender, they did not surround them and force them to surrender, they just exterminated them. Americans never heard about the "Highway of Death," they just paid for it, a slaughter that, in Barnes' words "ranks among the great atrocities of modern warfare."