This video from the USA says about itself:
Iraq Women Speak Out (Excerpt)
In March 2006, Code Pink invited eight Iraqi Women to the U.S. to speak about their experiences under the U.S. invasion and occupation. They were doctors, engineers, professors, and journalists. Two of the women had their entire families killed by U.S. troops. They were denied visas to enter the U.S. on the grounds that they did not have sufficient family to guarantee they would return to Iraq.
Iraq Women Speak Out (Excerpt 2) is here.
Excerpt 3 is here.
From British daily The Guardian:
After the invasion of Iraq, the US government claimed that women there had ‘new rights and new hopes’. In fact their lives have become immeasurably worse, with rapes, burnings and murders now a daily occurrence.
Deterioration of Iraqi Women’s Rights and Living Conditions Under Occupation:here.
Haifa Zangana interview: here.
Iraqi beauticians forced underground: here.
IRAQ: Not Even the Hajj is Free of Corruption: here.
UK arms sales to Saddam Hussein: here.