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Iraq Press Roundup

Iraq Press Roundup

Shebab Al Iraq newspaper Wednesday carried an editorial with the headline "Who is responsible for the atrocities in Sadr City?"
HIBA DAWOOD, UPI Correspondent

Iraq Press Roundup

Shebab Al Iraq Newspaper had an editorial Thursday with the title "Has Al Maliki opened Hell's door?" highlighting the role of the Islamist leaders to solve the crisis in Basra city.
HIBA DAWOOD, UPI Correspondent

Iraq Press Roundup

In its editorial titled "Basra is the bloody face of Iraq," Shebab Al Iraq newspaper commented on the latest developments in the security situation in Basra after clashes between Iraqi forces, backed by the U.S. forces, and the Mahdi Army.
HIBA DAWOOD, UPI Correspondent

Iraq Press Roundup

The Iraqi Hezbollah's Al Baynna Newspaper commented in an editorial Friday on the security situation in Iraq during February and March.
HIBA DAWOOD, UPI Correspondent

Iraq Press Roundup

Shebab Al Iraq newspaper carried an editorial Monday with the title "The war among Shiites."
HIBA DAWOOD, UPI Correspondent

Iraq Press Roundup

Shebab Al Iraq Newspaper carried an editorial Wednesday with the headline, "America: The Satan of yesterday, the friend of today."
HIBA DAWOOD, UPI Correspondent

Iraq Press Roundup

Shebab Al Iraq Newspaper carried an editorial Wednesday with the headline: "The National Reconciliation guarantees security achievements in Iraq."
HIBA DAWOOD, UPI Correspondent

Iraq Press Roundup

Shebab Al Iraq newspaper said Tuesday in its editorial that relations among governments are considered the distinguishing characteristics of regional foreign policy.
HIBA DAWOOD, UPI Correspondent

Iraq Press Roundup

Al Sabah newspaper said in its editorial Monday it was a mistake to not realize Iraq was occupied by many sides.
HIBA DAWOOD, UPI Correspondent

Iraq Press Roundup

Shebab Al Iraq newspaper said Tuesday in its editorial titled "The unseen face of the liberation of Iraq" that when one complains about how negative the situation in Iraq has become, some people say Iraqis are paying the "price of democracy."
HIBA DAWOOD, UPI Correspondent

Iraq Press Roundup

In its editorial Wednesday, Shebab Al Iraq newspaper said that when a diplomatic or military solution can't be implemented to punish Iran, there will be no option but to coexist with a nuclear-armed Iran.
HIBA DAWOOD, UPI Correspondent

Iraq Press Roundup

In its editorial Monday, the independent Shebab al Iraq Newspaper said President Bush was attentive during his visit to the Middle East especially to Israel.
HIBA DAWOOD, UPI Correspondent

Iraq Press Roundup

Shebab Al Iraq newspaper said Thursday in an editorial that the United States devotes its strategy to experiment with democracy in the "greater Middle East."
HIBA DAWOOD, UPI Correspondent

Iraq Press Roundup

The independent Shebab al Iraq Newspaper said Wednesday that double standards were "negative" whether practiced by a citizen, leader, a president of a country or even internal or foreign policy.
HIBA DAWOOD, UPI Correspondent

Iraq Press Roundup

The independent Al Mada newspaper said Tuesday in an editorial titled "What is Bush doing in Ur?" that the title of the book "Bush in Ur" is interesting and answers readers' questions.
HIBA DAWOOD, UPI Correspondent
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