Nabil Salih is an engineer and freelance journalist from Baghdad.
Published in: North Africa, West Asia: OpinionAn Iraqi in the capital of the US Empire
Do the people on the street in Washington DC know that their government decimated my home?
Published in: North Africa, West Asia: FeatureIraq: assassinations, repression, and the struggles of daily life
Years of of lethal state failure have devastated the people of Iraq, whose daily life today is fraught with...
Published in: North Africa, West Asia: OpinionGeorge W Bush’s finest piece of war
Painting immigrants’ faces and laughing on chat shows will not excuse the former US president’s blood-stained past
A year after the October uprising, Iraqis have more reasons to protest
Iraq’s October uprising was a wake-up call for desperate generations caught in an endless cycle of poverty,...
For Iraqis, the choice is between pandemic or poverty
In the streets of Baghdad, Iraqis battle a corrupt political class, war, poverty, and now a pandemic that has...
Why are there no women in Iraq’s football stadiums?
Iraqis are suffocated by a rampant militarization and hypermasculinity.