Iraq without its Christians Iraqi Christians have long prided themselves on being the indigenous people of Mesopotamia, but now they are fleeing the country, writes Salah Nasrawi Ravaged by sectarian violence and persecution, […]

Dancing on Iraq’s divide Turkey has been walking a tightrope on Iraq, from which it might now be set to fall, writesSalah Nasrawi When Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu visited Iraq last week, he took time out to join millions of Shias paying homage at the Shia holy shrines in Najaf and Karbala on Ashura, […]

Saving Iraq’s absent heritage An exhibition of Jewish artefacts has underlined the problem of Iraq’s cultural heritage being transferred to the US, writes Salah Nasrawi A treasure-trove of Iraqi artefacts moved by the American army to the United States after the US-led invasion of the country in 2003 is at risk of not being sent […]