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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

British Army Killings and Human rights violations.

"These are shocking conclusions to read and shocking words to have to say, but you do not defend the British army by defending the indefensible."

British Prime Minister David Cameron.

"Only by looking squarely in the mirror, acknowledging the crimes of the past and achieving accountability can we move forward and ensure that these atrocities are not repeated."

Barack Obama (after blocking publication of photographs showing Iraqi prisoner abuse by US troops !!)

"No physical or mental torture, nor any other form of coercion, may be inflicted on prisoners of war to secure from them information of any kind whatever. Prisoners of war who refuse to answer may not be threatened, insulted, or exposed to unpleasant or disadvantageous treatment of any kind."

Article 17, The Geneva Convention Part 111.

source: http://www.britisharmykillings.org.uk

British Army illegal killings in Iraq.

Video Files

British Troops Interrogate Iraqi Prisoners

Wikileaks Exposes US and British killings in Iraq

Panorama - Britain in the Dock - Part 1

Panorama - Britain in the Dock - Part 2

Noam Chomsky on Iraq

Michael Moore - Iraq War

Generation Kill - Iraq

PSNI - Different Name Same Aim

Michael Moore: Greed Killed the Newspapers

The War On Democracy - John Pilger

Richard Dawkins - The God Delusion

Fahrenheit 9/11 Trailer


  • Ahmed Jabber Kareem aged 15 drowned after being forced at gunpoint to jump into a canal by four Guardsmen, Color Sergeant Carle Selman, 39, Lance Corporal James Cooke, 22, Guardsman Joseph McCleary, ...
  • Abd Al Jubba Mousa Ali, who died on 17 May 2003. A headteacher, he is understood to have been arrested along with his son after troops found a firearm in their home. His son says they were both kicked and ...
  • Baha Mousa was arrested at the Haitham Hotel in Basra on 14 Sep 2003 by members of the 1st Battalion The Queen's Lancashire Regiment (QLR). Baha Mousa was arrested after his father complained to two ...
  • Ahmad al Helfi, a 19-year-old labourer, had, according to the death certificate, “signs of beating and torturing all over the body.”
  • AJ Khalif, who died on 7 August 2003, in circumstances that remain unclear.
  • Ali al Jemindari, 37, had “several bullet injuries in the head, face and body, with slash marks on the neck. The right arm has been severed at the shoulder. There is a large opening in the right cheek ...
  • Ather Karen al-Mowafakia, who died on 29 April 2003. Witnesses have told how he was shot in the abdomen after the door of his car struck a British soldier.
  • Dilar Dababa Secret center, Baghdad, June 13, 2003. There are several accounts of his traumatic death. Dr. Elizabeth Rouse did an autopsy on June 17, 2003, and signed the death certificate as a homicide ...
  • Haider al Lami, 21, also a labourer, had “several bullet injuries to the body, with mutilation of genitalia.”
  • Died in British Army custody, but circumstances of death unknown.
  • Radhi Nama, who died on 8 May 2003, possibly while hooded and handcuffed.
  • Radi Nu'ma, British forces, Basra, May 8, 2003. UK soldiers delivered a note to house, “Radi Nu'ma suffered a heart attack while we were asking him questions about his son. We took him to the ...
  • Said Shabram, who died on 24 May 2003. Shortly after his death, soldiers of the Black Watch regiment were reported to have told relatives that two men had died after being "roughed up".
  • Tanik Mahmud, who died on 12 April 2003. He is reported to have died on an RAF helicopter after being detained by troops of the RAF Regiment.


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