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by: Anas Altikriti, Ikhwanweb 2006-9-30
A new Labour leader can rebuild support, even among Muslims, if there is a change in foreign policy When a US intelligence report found that the Iraq war and occupation had fuelled terrorism, it confirmed what most people had argued from the start...

by: Anas Altikriti, Ikhwanweb 2006-10-25

When a BBC online worldwide poll shows that a third of 27,000 respondents believed some degree of torture was acceptable when dealing with terrorist suspects, we should be seriously concerned.

That so many people from 25 countries can even begin to think that such methods can be of any tangible use in ..


by: Anas Altikriti, Ikhwanweb 2006-11-8

Most Iraqis will welcome the death sentence passed on Saddam, but it hardly justifies what has happened to their country since his fall.


No one was surprised by the sentence passed by the Iraqi supreme criminal court on Sunday morning, given how the court was formed, how conducted and under what pressures and influences it came throughout the trial. But most Iraqis..