As we mark the 20th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, it is disheartening to acknowledge that justice remains elusive for countless Iraqis who suffered unimaginable horrors during their detention at facilities like Abu Ghraib. Human Rights Watch (HRW) recently sounded the alarm, bringing to the forefront a critical issue that continues to haunt the victims and their families.
Uncovering the shadows of humanity, Iraq embarks on a journey to seek justice for enforced disappearances, find closure in the aftermath of the Gulf War and emphasize its commitment to reconciliation and healing.
International reports highlights the continued human rights crisis in Iraq, with torture, unfair trials, and attacks on civilians still rampant. The lack of accountability for these abuses further perpetuates the cycle of violence and impunity. Urgent actions are needed to protect human rights and ensure justice for the people of Iraq.
Committee 29’s Dark Legacy: Iraqi Government Confirms Torture and Extortion by Former Anti-Corruption Body
Committee 29, once hailed as Iraq’s beacon of anti-corruption, is now under scrutiny as investigations reveal a sinister legacy of torture and extortion. The Iraqi government has confirmed these allegations and is taking steps towards accountability and justice. Discover the chilling details of the human rights abuses perpetrated by Committee 29 and the ongoing efforts to bring the perpetrators to justice.