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Stories by Uthman al-Mukhtar
Uthman al-Mukhtar is a Fallujah-based IWPR-trained reporter.
Local Iraqi Officials Outraged Over Baghdad Auctioning Off Their Natural Gas Fields
Posted on: Oct 26, 2010, Source: Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Local opposition to the projects is clear. Residents of Basra, Anbar and Diyala maintain that the money would not trickle down to citizens if it were controlled by Baghdad.
Why Did Iraqis in Fallujah Vote For the Man Who Let the U.S. Destroy Their City?
Posted on: Mar 31, 2010, Source: Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi provided the green light to the U.S. military to lay bloody siege to Fallujah, yet today, many residents see him as their best bet.
In Iraq, Journalists Who Cover Corruption Are Buying Guns to Protect Themselves
Posted on: Jun 15, 2009, Source: Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Journalists in Anbar no longer fear al-Qaeda and its affiliates but instead believe they are being targeted by political factions.
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