I am Not Yet Born, Forgive Me!

'I am not yet born; forgive me. For the sins that in me the world shall commit, my words when they speak me, my thoughts when they think me, my treason engendered by traitors beyond me, my life when they murder by means of my hands, my death when they live…Read More

Tea by the Tigris

Stand up for ALL victims of war We would like to extend an open hand of invitation to a fundraising tea party which we are holding in aid of the Iraqi Red Crescent and Combat Stress - the Ex-services Mental Health Society. For the past six years, the victims…Read More


Very soon, we will be commemorating the sixth anniversary of the March 2003 invasion of Iraq. The reasons given by the U.S. for the invasion were fairy tales, but the results were anything but the usual happy ending of fictitious fables.The lead-up to the…Read More

Public Meeting: The Hidden Wounds of War!

ALL WELCOME! Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is affecting millions of people both inside and outside of the Middle East, as a result of years of war and this meeting will examine what is being done to combat trauma. It is not often reported in the British…Read More

Campaign brings out effects of war trauma

The Morning Star SOLIDARITY activists launched a campaign to highlight the effects of war trauma on civilians and soldiers at the weekend. The Iraq Solidarity Campaign is teaming up with veterans' charity Combat Stress in Britain, the Iraqi Red Crescent and…Read More

A Palestinian Knockout

By Hussein Al-alak I was first introduced to the Baqa'a boxing team in May 2005, a team that represents over 120,000 displaced Palestinian’s, in a refugee camp that is located north of central Amman. On our arrival at the boxing club, it was discovered that…Read More

Doctors Document Gaza Horrs

Special for IslamOnline.net CAIRO — A team of Arab doctors who rushed to the rescue of thousands of civilians injured during Israel's 22-day onslaught against the sealed off Gaza Strip are coming back with heart-breaking stories of horror and…Read More
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