Five More Years in Iraq?
Five years since the toppling of Saddam Hussein, and Bush’s photo-op on the USS Lincoln, the War in Iraq continues. Has the “mission been accomplished”? Or will it take another five years?
Answers to these questions and more on Link TV’s Mosaic Intelligence Report, presented by Jamal Dajani.
Channel 4 unveils Happy Birthday Iraq plans
Tara Conlan | guardian.co.uk | Thursday February 21 2008
Channel 4 is to launch its Happy Birthday Iraq season on March 15 with a week of programmes examining the devastating fall-out of the war for Iraq and the Middle East, America and Britain.
In a week-long season to mark the fifth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, Channel 4 and More4 are screening 11 films by award-winning journalists and filmmakers.
They include acclaimed documentary-maker Nick Broomfield’s Battle for Haditha, two special editions of Dispatches and a one-off film by Channel 4 News anchor Jon Snow.
At the heart of the season will be Broomfield’s latest feature film, Battle for Haditha, which will be followed on More4 by On That Day – an investigative documentary about the Haditha massacre.
Battle for Haditha
Aljazeera | 16 Feb 2008
On November 19, 2005, US marines killed 24 people, many of them women and children, in Haditha. Nick Broomfield’s ‘Battle for Haditha’ portrays the Haditha killings.