The U.S Occupation in Iraq by Dr. Dahlia Wasfi

Excellent commentary

The Flying Olives

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=colcD8UVr90

Dr. Dahlia Wasfi is an American-Iraqi physician and peace activist, who actively speaks out against the impact of war – both on the environment and the civilian population’s quality of life.

(https://writingforpeace.org/about/writing-for-peace-advisory-panel/dr-dahlia-wasfi/)

The largest and most expensive embassy in the world today is the United States embassy in Baghdad. At 104 acres – nearly as large as Vatican City – it had cost a staggering amount of US$750 million to construct.

Six of the 1000 employees who work inside of the embassy’s Green Zone can speak Arabic – the language of the country where the American government is now at war with and occupying; a symbol of the utter contempt America has for the Iraqi people they are occupying.

(http://wikimapia.org/7029297/U-S-Embassy)

When we think of the world’s worst atrocities of when global mourning demands #NeverAgain, the Ashkenazi Jews who had fled their homeland of Austria during…

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