GREG WILCOX Tony Blair LONDON: Many Arabs are expected to view the British High Court ruling that Tony Blair should not face prosecution over the Iraq War
as another example of Western leaders not being held to account, Middle East commentators said.
JEREMY CORBYN has said he agrees with Iraq War
inquiry chairman Sir John Chilcot that Tony Blair was not straight with the country in the run-up to the conflict.
A Semester in the Sandbox: A Marine Reservist's Iraq War
Journal" by former Marine Reservist Adam Davidson is basically his war journal and provides an un-glamorized narrative of a common reservist's deployment to Iraq, beginning with his notification of mobilization to his final trip home.
John Prescott, Britain's deputy prime minister at the time of the Iraq War
said Sunday the country broke international law when it invaded Iraq in 2003.
GEOFF BULMER, Billingham WHAT was refreshing about the Sir John Chilcot report on the Iraq war
was that there wasn't any "whitewash" and the very in-depth report appeared to leave no stone unturned.
The former Labour Prime Minister gave the current party leader a kicking as he was quizzed about the Iraq War
DAVID Cameron's military assault on Libya has less support than the Iraq war
, a shock new poll has found.
Summary: A woman convicted of trying to murder Labour MP Stephen Timms in revenge for him voting for the Iraq war
had a list of other politicians.
The costs will mount for decades, presuming the country keeps Obama's pledge of assistance to veterans of the Iraq war
and their families - the 4,400 who have died and the tens of thousands who have suffered life-changing injuries.
Meanwhile, the United States under President Obama, who harshly criticized Bush over the Iraq war
, has dramatically changed its policy.
This was the rally against the Iraq war
on the 15th of February 2003.
Actually, Vaught, an Iraq War
veteran and vice chair of the House Defense and Veterans Affairs Committee, has a small part in the film, which incorporates many Iraq and Afghanistan veterans.