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Special screening: “The Road To Hell”—Saddam’s genocide

Labour Friends of Iraq, the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Foreign Policy Centre are showing this film on Wednesday 15th November from 6-8pm in the Boothroyd Room in Portcullis House.

Veteran filmmaker Gwynne Roberts will speak after the film, which is to be shown on Channel 4 on 20th November. There will also be a Q&A with the Kurdistan-Iraq Minister on the Iraqi Special Tribunal and Kirkuk disputed territory.

The other guest speaker is Dr Mohammad Ihsan, Minister for Extra-Regional Affairs who is coming to the UK especially for this screening. Dr Ihsan’s ministry is devoted to the reintegration of originally Kurdish areas confiscated and arabized by Saddam Hussein regime, which includes Kirkuk, Mosul, Khanaqin, Mendeli, Zurbaniya, Makhmour, Shai Khan, Zumar and Sinjar.

RSVP Vian Rahman at vian.rahman@krg.org

Solidarity with Iraq

United against terror and sectarianism

A wide range of Iraqi organisations has united and need your support in a week of Solidarity with the Iraqi People against terrorism, political sectarianism, administrative and financial corruption, and to support the disbanding of civilian militias, national reconciliation and the unity of Iraqi people in order to build a united, pluralist, federal and democratic Iraq, writes Gary Kent of Labour Friends of Iraq.