Iraq

Montazar Al-Kharsan
The Iraqi parliament’s first session was a theatrical and colorful affair that ended in blows. If street logic is allowed to enter the country’s democratic arena, what does that tell us about the health of the country’s state’s institutions.
Aya Mansour – Iraqi Journalist
2021 refused to leave Iraq without a bloody massacre … 
Asaad Zalzali
There has been much talk about ISIS’s expropriation of the lands and properties of religious minorities in Mosul and in some Iraqi provinces; however, the violations that started in 2003 are ongoing today and are not perpetrated by just one entity, as this investigation reveals.
Ahmad Al-Husseini
Iraq’s “era of bullets” started in 2003. A pattern of murder and assassination has set the rule ever since. As impunity continues to reign, Daraj maps the culture of death that has targeted politicians, artists, journalists, activists, and even athletes.
Mohammad Al-Sultan
The 2019 protests left some 25,000 people wounded, of whom some 5,000 live with permanent disabilities. They were not the first. According to the UN, due to war, conflict, accidents and birth defects, Iraq has the world’s highest number of disabled people.
Shames Bashir
There are an estimated 50,000 Iraqi prisoners, half of whom are on death row. Torture and abuse are common place. Living conditions in the overcrowded prisons are awful. Not much seems to have changed since Saddam’s days.
Khaled Suleiman
The water level in the Euphrates River has fallen by more than five meters. “The collapse of water and food production for millions of Syrians and Iraqis is imminent,” said Karsten Hansen, regional director of the Norwegian Refugee Council.  
Rami El-Amin
Why did al-Khanjar partner with the Salfiti family to register their companies in the British Virgin Islands, instead of the countries in which they do business?
Mohammad Al-Sultan
It is difficult to talk about equal opportunities for men and women in Iraq, especially in the elections. Often the clan is employed to win votes. Yet, despite that Iraqi women are moving forward to create their own political destiny. And make a difference!
Saman Dawood
Commemorating the 2014 ISIS invasion, a statue of Yazidi hero Coli was erected in the town of Sinuni on August 3. Seven years ago, she killed Isis emir Salim Al-Jazrawi.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني