The trio of George W. Bush, Vice-President Dick Cheney and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld invented a connection between Saddam Hussein and the Al Qaeda attacks in 2001, even though none existed.
The American case was built on lies, not on faulty intelligence, “It was worse than a mistake, it was a crime.” until there is widespread acknowledgement and accountability of that truth, the nightmare in Iraq and Syria will only continue.
Republican presidential aspirants have been prompted to do what was once unthinkable, they now all agree that the 2003 invasion was a big mistake.
Aaron Hinde, 33, is appalled at what he feels the U.S. invasion did to Iraq. He served there in 2003, mostly in the volatile northern city of Mosul and became active in the anti-war movement after leaving the army in 2004.
He's glad Republicans are being held accountable for the invasion, but says that answer's been known for a long time, "It's a legitimate question to ask and a legitimate answer should be an unequivocal no,"
"It's hard to see the good in war in general - let alone a war that everyone just now is realizing we shouldn't have done,"
"Anyone who thinks the organization's presence in Syria comes at the expense of our presence here in the heart of the south is mistaken. Israel is well aware of this, and if it weren't, it would not hesitate to take advantage of the opportunity."
The operative only has to bring the rocket from the adjoining warehouse, and then load and launch it and hide in the tunnel leading from the house.
"We have bargaining chips that we have yet to use in the struggle,"
Our cause is just, and we are effectively working to ensure the victory of our cause, as the media squadron works to distort our image, disturb public opinion and incite hatred against us sometimes fabricating a multitude of narratives and scenarios to divert attention from what we are really doing.