Arundhati Roy Speaking at the World Tribunal on Iraq

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Witnessed: 9018 times

Regions: Iraq

Issues: Crimes against humanity, War crimes

Tags: Arundhati Roy, iraq, World Tribunal on Iraq

Arundhati Roy is an Indian novelist, writer and activist. She won the Booker Prize in 1997 for her first novel, The God of Small Things, and, in 2002, the Lannan Cultural Freedom Prize.

The World Tribunal on Iraq DVD set is an invaluable record of the crimes committed by the United States and its "Coalition of the Willing" partners in the invasion and occupation of Iraq. Iraqi witnesses and experts in international law, human rights, science, culture and history testified for three days before an international "Jury of Conscience" that included Arundhati Roy (India), Eve Ensler (U.S), Chandra Muzaffar (Malaysia), Dumisa Nsebeza (South Africa), Francois Houtart (Belgium), and Taty Almeida (Argentina).

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