All who opposed Iraq War must oppose Syria strike
(CNN) -- The situation in Syria would break the heart of anyone who has one. That is why progressives desperately want peace in Syria, an end to the chemical weapons attacks and aid for the millions of refugees. Additionally, most of us support ...
Iraq War Vet in Congress Opposes Syria Strike
Iraq vet in Congress: Syria strike 'serious mistake'
WH defends Syria strike: "We learned our lesson" in Iraq
Iraq joins Iran in opposing US-led military strike in Syria
BEIRUT — Iran won Iraqi support for its efforts to oppose a U.S.-led military strike on Syria during a visit to Baghdad on Sunday by the new Iranian foreign minister, highlighting how close the two countries have grown since U.S. forces withdrew in 2011.
Iranian foreign minister visits neighboring Iraq
Iran FM visits Iraq to discuss Syria
Iranian Foreign Minister Visits Iraq
A Veteran's Case Against Attacking
After we did all that, and with a little luck, things in Iraq improved—or at least the killing slacked off. These days, however, with Syria on the brink, the situation in Iraq has unfortunately deteriorated once again. This August was one of the ...
Will Syria be "another Iraq"?
Specter of Iraq Hovers over Syria Deliberation
BOTH SIDES NOW: Can Obama Sway Libs Loathing Iraq or Cons Loathing Him?
Tulsi Gabbard, Iraq War Veteran, Opposes Syria Strike
WASHINGTON -- One of two female Iraq war veterans in Congress is opposing President Barack Obama's call for military strikes against Syria. Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard said Monday that she cannot support any resolution authorizing the use of military ...
Debate Over Syria Draws Comparisons To Iraq
Here And Now
Colin Powell, left, appeared at the UN Security Council on Feb. 5, 2003, to present evidence of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction. John Kerry, right, made a statement about the use of chemical weapons in Syria at the State Department on August 30, 2013.
Chris Van Hollen's position on Syria shaped by memories of Iraq after 1988 ...
Congress's imminent debate over Syria dredges up painful memories for one local congressman who directly witnessed the horrific impact the last time a Middle Eastern country used poison gas to massacre its own citizens. In 1988, Rep. Chris Van Hollen ...
Mortar attack kills several in Iranian dissident camp in Iraq
Al Jazeera America
Several people were killed in a mortar attack at an Iranian dissident camp in Iraq early Sunday morning, according to security and Iraqi government sources. Accounts differ about how many people died, and it was not immediately clear who fired the mortars.
Iraq Officials Say Shootings, Bombings Kill 8
Iraq Officials Say Shootings, Bombings Kill 8. BAGHDAD September 9, 2013 (AP). By SAMEER N. YACOUB Associated Press. Associated Press. Iraqi authorities say shootings and bombings have killed eight people, including five policemen, in central Iraq.
The News International
Al-Qaida Claims Iraq Bombs That Killed at Least 50
The Iraqi branch of al-Qaida claimed responsibility Sunday for a wave of coordinated car bomb attacks that killed more than 50 people in Baghdad, as two new attacks killed another five in the latest outbreak of violence to hit the country. The al-Qaida ...
Iraq attacks kill eight, including near refinery
Iraq's Identity Crisis in Symbols
7 policemen among 13 dead in Iraq attacks
Slate Magazine (blog)
Assad Wants Americans to Remember Iraq … Frequently
Slate Magazine (blog)
The similarities between Syria and Iraq may be pretty superficial, but judging by the excerpts of tonight's Charlie Rose interview with Bashar al-Assad released by CBS, the Syrian president wants the American public to have 2003 in mind. On the ...