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UK media ignores Murdoch role in Iraq war

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Arab Today, arab today UK media ignores Murdoch role in Iraq war

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British media are yet supporting the media mogul, as they have thoroughly ignored the greatest crime of Rupert Murdoch's papers, endorsing the illegal war in Iraq that killed over one million Iraqis. So far, the UK media revealed that Murdoch's empire has hacked into the voicemails of the royal members, celebrities, high-ranking politicians, a murdered teenager and the relatives of the dead soldiers. But they have failed to report his worst allegations, grounding the death of one million Iraqis in the illegal war imposed by the Britain and the US. Murdoch's newspapers can be considered as the only newspaper group having blood on its hands for propagandizing the fraudulent military conflicts. The media tycoon had given his full support to the illegal Iraq war, and many times praised former Prime Minister Tony Blair for his courage. Saying: "I think Tony is being extraordinarily courageous and strong on what his stance is in the Middle East." News International papers began doing their best convincing people about the terrible threat from Saddam Hussein, even two years before the publication of the government's dossier on Iraq's non-existent Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD). As the UK government was beating the drums of the war louder, Murdoch's newspaper initiated even more outrageous pro-war propaganda. Murdoch who was the strong supporter of attacking Iraq and ousting Saddam, said that the best outcome of the war would be cheap oil. "The greatest thing to come out of this for the world economy, if you could put it that way, would be $20 a barrel for oil. That's bigger than any tax cut in the any country." Murdoch and his empire could get the war they desired, killing over a million people. Despite the fact that there was no WMD and many Iraqi lost their loved ones in the illegal war, News International had never apologized for the false information they had published, helping to boost the public support for the UK role in the conflict. Stop the War Coalition formerly revealed that Murdoch's papers and TV channels have been backing all the wars imposed by the Britain in the last thirty years, saying he had supported Margaret Thatcher's government and the Falklands war in 1982, and Tony Blair's government and his bloody wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. SWC added that Murdoch has continued backing the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, leading to the death of hundreds of thousands of the civilians, even in the time Conservative David Cameron was leading the coalition government. And now his whole empire is encouraging David Cameron to keep the war in Libya, claiming to help the Libyan nationals to have a safer life while the British warplanes are throwing hundreds of bombs on the Libyan cities

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