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تظاهرات مردم نجف آباد، 3 دى 88، 24دسامبر
Protests the Najaf Abad, 3 Dec 88, 24, - (translated by google)
Benazir Butto & Asif Zardari - Visits Karbala & Najaf to Ziarat Shrine of Imam Ali [AS] , Imam Hussain [A.S] & Hazrat Abbas [A.S] - Part 5 of 5 - Powered By www.Aliwalay****
It is during a press conference
Protesters taunt former Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi during a campaign visit to a shrine in Najaf. Bodyguards clashed with supporters of radical Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, who were carrying clubs and knives.
this man is propheten muhameds cousin and he dead for 1500 years ago but we never forget him we like him exactly (SHIA MUSLIM)
The description of God in Nahjul Balagha according to Imam Ali 'a.
ملا جليل الكربلائي - قوم لينا يا علي
للشاعر الكبير السيد سعيد الصافي
August 15, 2011
Nearly 20 bombs exploded across Iraq; Habib El-Adly goes on trial; Google is buying Motorola; Rick Perry announces his GOP candidacy
Relief organizations say almost one third of Iraqis need emergency humanitarian aid
Tuesday July 31st, 2007
The war in Iraq has led to the greatest mass exodus of people ever in the Middle East and threatens to overtake Darfur in the numbers of displaced. A report by Oxfam International and the NGO Coordination Committee of Iraq concludes 'the slide into poverty and deprivation since the coalition forces entered the country in 2003 has been dramatic, and a deep trauma for the Iraqi people.' One in seven Iraqis have fled for fear of being killed. More than 2 million are now in Syria and Jordan. Another 2 million are believed to be living away from their homes inside Iraq, often in makeshift camps. The report says 70 per cent of Iraqis don't have adequate access to clean water, compared to 50 per cent four years ago. Humanitarian aid has also declined from 53 million in 2005 to less than 00 million last year. British journalist Patrick Cockburn writes in the Belfast Telegraph the United States 'has 18 benchmarks to measure progress in Iraq but the return of 4 million people is not among them.' APTN cameras recorded the squalid conditions for internal refugees living near Najaf.
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Marine Corporal James Jenkins, a decorated veteran of the Iraq invasion and the Battle of Najaf, took his life after serving for 22 months. His mother shares his story with ANP - a tragedy repeated 15 times a day in the US.