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Desperate terrorists use chemical weapons in Iraq and Syria

Iraqi troops edged further into Mosul on Friday as the United Nations revealed shocking new atrocities by the so-called Islamic State (Isis) terrorists occupying the city. Elite Counterterrorism Forces entered the Qadisiya district, advancing slowly to minimise civilian casualties and avoid being surprised by suicide car bombers, said Brigadier General Haider Fadhil. Regular army troops … Continue reading

Keep Britain out of foreign wars – 3W

MPs have again voted to involve our country in a foreign war. This is despite the clear failure of other foreign adventures. The public is beign told to prepare itself for civilian casualties, radicalisation of segments of our large Muslim population and rising numbers of refugees after MPs backed air strikes in Syria last night … Continue reading

The High Cost of War

The war in Iraq has cost Britain £5 billion. 176 British soldiers have been killed there. The war in Iraq costs the US £5 billion every month. They have lost 4,000 soldiers. More than 655,000 Iraqis have been killed since the occupation of Iraq, according to a report published in The Lancet last October. 1.14m … Continue reading

Iraq and Afghanistan: The people Vs. the Politicians

Six out of ten Britons don’t back the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The research was carried out for the Army. Five years after the invasion of Iraq, only 41 per cent of the public suport operations in the two countries. More than half of those surveyed say that whilst we are still proud of … Continue reading

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