Newsmax | Bradley Blakeman
I just returned from Paris having been invited to participate in an international meeting of Iraqis seeking private sector initiatives, as well as government reforms, to build and foster a lasting peace and reconciliation in a troubled land.
Washington Post | Sheikh Jamal al-Dhari (Letter to the Editor)
- The people of Fallujah, Iraq, are ready to unite against the Islamic State thugs to take back their city. I know this because I convened leaders from Fallujah and elsewhere in Paris this past weekend. On May 28 and 29, at the Iraqi National Project-Together for Rescuing Iraq event , tribal leaders and civil society members from outside the government structure met under the leadership of my organization, Peace Ambassadors for Iraq, to discuss issues facing my country.
- A conference by the name of “The Iraqi National Project – Together for Rescuing Iraq” was held on Saturday (May 28) in Paris to discuss the current political, social and security crises in Iraq. Aside from Iraqi leaders, analysts and officials, a number of non-Iraqi politicians participated in the conference, including French politician Dominique de Villepin who served as the Prime Minister of France from 2005 to 2007