In 1991, Kanan Makiya, author of the bestselling Republic of Fear, returned to Iraq to investigate allegations of mass murder. The results show that at least 100,000 noncombatant Kurds were killed in 1988 in an operation code-named Al-Anfal. This book is not a historical inquiry into why that happened; it is a passionate plea that the cruelty not be ignored and repeated.
Makiya: Cruelty & Silence: the Iraqi Uprising & Its Aftermath (Cloth) by Kanan Makiya
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