1. IRAKISCHE BOTSCHAFT BERLIN

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    A short Film about the Iraq embassy in Berlin. February 2014 music: https://soundcloud.com/beat-wolle

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    • Rick Witherell: In My Own Words

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      Rick Witherell of Tionesta, Pennsylvania served in the Army at the end of the Cold War, but when his reserve unit was called up during the Gulf War, he deployed to Kuwait. “We fought a chemical war,” he says. Most people do not understand the toxic fallout from Iraqi scud missiles and the massive oil field fires that rained down on the troops. The effects were inescapable then–and now. Yet for many years after the war the government was incapable or unwilling to recognize the peculiar illness brought home by the troops. “I’ve got Gulf War Syndrome,” Rick says. “I live with neurological pain every day of my life.” This interview is a production of the Veteran Voices of Pittsburgh Oral History Initiative, in partnership with the Veterans Breakfast Club. It was recorded March 20, 2014 at Mt. Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Tionesta, Pennsylvania. http://VeteranVoicesofPittsburgh http://VeteransBreakfastClub

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      • Irak 1988, campagne Anfal contre les Kurdes. Témoignages de victimes

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        En 1988, l'armée irakienne a lancé une opération militaire au Kurdistan d'Irak. A l'aide des tanks et de l'aviation, elle a déplacé des centaines de milliers de paysans kurdes, a détruit leurs villages et les a parqués dans des complexes où certains vivaient encore en 2003 au moment de la chute du régime de Saddam Hussein. L'organisation Human Rights Watch estime qu'au cours de cette opération, 180000 Kurdes (hommes, femmes et enfants, villageois et maquisards) ont disparu, massacrés par l'armée et ses supplétifs. En 2003, après la chute de Saddam Hussein, les rescapés parlent. Ce teaser présente des extraits de ce qui devait être un film documentaire qui verra peut-être le jour… plus tard. Images: Frédérique Le Brun, Saman Jalal, Abedin Aliweisi. Montage: Anna Ruiz.

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        • Anfal, 1988. Génocide en Irak (teaser)

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          En 1988, l'armée irakienne a lancé une opération militaire au Kurdistan d'Irak. A l'aide des tanks et de l'aviation, elle a déplacé des centaines de milliers de paysans kurdes, a détruit leurs villages et les a parqués dans des complexes où certains vivaient encore en 2003 au moment de la chute du régime de Saddam Hussein. L'organisation Human Rights Watch estime qu'au cours de cette opération, 180000 Kurdes (hommes, femmes et enfants, villageois et maquisards) ont disparu, massacrés par l'armée et ses supplétifs. En 2003, après la chute de Saddam Hussein, les rescapés parlent. Ce teaser présente des extraits de ce qui devait être un film documentaire qui verra peut-être le jour… plus tard. Images: Frédérique Le Brun, Saman Jalal, Abedin Aliweisi. Montage: Hamid Reza Soltani.

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          • Unvoiced Yields - Trailer

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            Unvoiced Yields is a 2013 documentary by Narges Abyar, an Iranian writer and director. The story of the film happens in Sardasht, a city in northwest of Iran which was a target of a couple of chemical bombings by Iraq air-force on June 28, 1987 during the age of Saddam Hussein's ruling in Iraq. The movie shows the situation of the victims of those bombings through the eyes of children of a primary school who have an artistic group in which they play the story of those attacks and bombings. Many of the staff of the school were chemically affected and are still sick, but they somehow figured how to live with their situation.

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            • A Letter to Saddam Hussein from an Iraqi War Veteran

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              10 years after Saddam Hussein's capture the consequences of his actions still resonate. Hear an Iraqi war veteran's letter to Hussein along with his original photography during his tour as a Marine during Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2005-2006. ©Mark Maya Photograpy l Durham, NC l www.markmaya.com

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              • DIANA GETIN HIGH part #1

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                Only all can exist in a space to fit all. Part one of video project Diana Getin High. www.vonleela.com

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                • God Has No Pleasure In The Death Of The Wicked!

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                  TWEET THIS: http://clicktotweet.com/Wfc2Y If you want to comment please feel free to comment on this video on my website at: http://www.honortheson.com/home/miscellaneous-topics/290-god-has-no-pleasure-in-the-death-of-the-wicked.html Description: Today an evil world leader was killed, but many professing Christians are taking time to rejoice and get great pleasure from the death of this wicked man. Let us see what the heart of God is and how we should react to the death of a wicked person.

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                  • Documentary: The Survivors 5

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                    The Ba’ath party, led by Saddam Hussein, killed 182.000 Iraqi Kurds and buried them all in mass graves in 1988. Among all, only thirteen people could get out the mass graves and survive. This is the story of 5 of those survivors. It is said that right after launching the Iraq-Iran war, Saddam on the other hand, also waged a massive attack on Iraqi Kurds and the villages of Kurdistan. This was in spite of Kurds having made the decision to acquiesce to the Ba’athist regime. Many Kurds decided to live the country towards Syria or Turkey just to avoid Saddam’s purging inquisition. But many were rounded up by military forces on the way. Villages were surrounded and after the villages’ elders managed to secure a parole promise, they let the guards down and the military units entered. What followed, and what is depicted in this documentary, is a harrowing story accounted for after many years by these few survivors, mothers and wives who were spared. PRESS TV Documentaries

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                    • Documentary: The Survivors 4

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                      The Ba’ath party, led by Saddam Hussein, killed 182.000 Iraqi Kurds and buried them all in mass graves in 1988. Among all, only thirteen people could get out the mass graves and survive. This is the story of 5 of those survivors. It is said that right after launching the Iraq-Iran war, Saddam on the other hand, also waged a massive attack on Iraqi Kurds and the villages of Kurdistan. This was in spite of Kurds having made the decision to acquiesce to the Ba’athist regime. Many Kurds decided to live the country towards Syria or Turkey just to avoid Saddam’s purging inquisition. But many were rounded up by military forces on the way. Villages were surrounded and after the villages’ elders managed to secure a parole promise, they let the guards down and the military units entered. What followed, and what is depicted in this documentary, is a harrowing story accounted for after many years by these few survivors, mothers and wives who were spared. PRESS TV Documentaries

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