HASSAN, Ghali. Iraqi Genocide as described by UN Genocide Convention

Ghali Hassan is an  independent humanitarian writer living in Australia (see: http://www.countercurrents.org/hassan120808.htm ).

Ghali Hassan on Iraqi Genocide (October 2006): “For nearly sixteen years, U.S. and British forces have been killing Iraqis with impunity. The number of Iraqis killed is increasing rapidly and could easily reach 3 millions if the U.S. refuses to end the Occupation. Iraq is an example of how the West uses the word genocide selectively. Genocide is used to describe the internal conflict in Sudan (Darfur region), but not the mass killing of innocent Iraqis where the U.S. and Britain are the main perpetrators of violence and destruction. What is happening in Iraq today is genocide, as clearly described by the Genocide Convention.”. [1].

[1]. Ghali Hassan, “The case for Iraqi Genocide”, Axis of Logic, 22 Octpber 2006: http://www.axisoflogic.com/artman/publish/article_23293.shtml .