poppy lit the fire: bush and iraq

It was Papa Bush, after all, who sent American troops half way around the world to launch First Gulf War — error of tragic proportions in its own way for much of the horror that afflicts Greater Middle East to this day.. ... One of those was General Norman Schwartzkopf, then..


TEHRAN (FNA)- Bahraini forces stepped up arrests of political dissidents and anti-regime activists ahead of this month’s parliamentary elections in the Persian Gulf kingdom. . . . . Top American Commander Concedes US 'Cannot Win Militarily' in Afghanistan . ..

‘us has no business to be in persian gulf’

Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani A Iranian official says the presence of American military forces in Persian Gulf lacks any legal and international justification... The presence of American forces in Persian Gulf lacks any legal and..

marines free 7 american pows

Franks, the commander of forces in Persian Gulf region, said American and British troops were no longer fighting organized enemy, and that the war would soon shift into phase as they seek pockets of paramilitary fighters intent on resisting to their last breath... ..

america has won its last war

The fact that American actions in Gulf War betrayed Kurds and Shiites and left Saddam Hussein power to continue slaughtering U.S allies shows that the outcome of this conflict was, at best, another stalemate for United States.. ..

9 last official shots of wars

United States in the war began with Gulf of Tonkin, in 1964, and it's poetic that Turner Joy fired the last American shot of the war, since, in 1964, she arrived at Gulf of Tonkin in support of USS Maddox immediately after Vietnamese torpedo boats had left.. On December 31, nine..

the war on terrorism

Pentagon has plans for tribunals and chamber for suspected al-Qaida and Taliban terrorists American at Guantanamo Bay naval base Cuba, where about 680 other detainees captured during Afghanistan are held. ..

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