After Saddam Hussein’s impeachment in 2003 and the international state lie about possession of nuclear weapons in Iraq, the country can not stop mourning its dead. The Sunnis find themselves marginalized, the Shiites have taken power, we have seen the threat emerge: Daesh. Véronique de Viguerie and Manon Querouil-Bruneel have investigated in recent years in Iraq and reported on its situation of political, humanitarian and social disaster. The Shiites are regrouping to fight Daesh, the Sunnis complain about the Shiites. Everyone gets together, tries to live together, we even meet mixed couples of different faiths. But resentment still exists. Some...
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