Abu Ghraib Prison in Iraq

Shocking Stories of Abu Ghraib Prisoners


The ghosts of Kings like Nebuchadnezzar and Saddam Hussein still roam the city walls, halls and streets to this day…This is the ancient city Babylon that is now modern day Iraq. You must know the past before you can truly understand the present and it’s future.

THE FINAL CRUSADE STARTED ON 911 and it is being fought against all of us but many are BLIND to see it. It was made to seem like a war between Islam and Christianity but it is much deeper than that. It is a crusade by the Satanist, Atheist and Luciferians against Islam, Judaism, Christianity and all other forms of worship or belief system that is about doing good and being good.

911 was about labelling any of us homegrown terrorists, being able to monitor ANY OF US via the Patriot Act and bringing forth pure Luciferian doctrine beginning with the passing of the LBGT marriage and rights acts. They are going directly by the plan of Albert Pike to bring us straight into the Third World War.

The town of Babylon was located along the Euphrates River in present-day Iraq, about 50 miles south of Baghdad. It was founded around 2300 B.C. by the ancient Akkadian-speaking people of southern Mesopotamia. Hammurabi turned Babylon into a rich, powerful and influential city.

Starting in 1983, Saddam Hussein, imagining himself as heir to Nebuchadnezzar, ordered the rebuilding of Babylon. Like Nebuchadnezzar, Hussein had his name inscribed on the bricks, which were placed directly on top of the ruins, some 2,500 years old.

From late 2003 to early 2004, during the War in Iraq, military police personnel of the United States Army and the Central Intelligence Agency committed human rights violations against prisoners held in the Abu Ghraib prison. They physically and sexually abused, tortured, raped, sodomized, and killed prisoners.

Abu Ghraib Prison in Iraq

Shocking Stories of Abu Ghraib Prisoners

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The Secrets Of Abu Ghraib

Babylon’ is a name which throughout the centuries has evoked an image of power, wealth, and splendor – and decadence. Indeed, in the biblical Book of Revelation, Rome is damned as the ‘Whore of Babylon’ – and thus identified with a city whose image of lust and debauchery persisted and flourished long after the city itself had crumbled into dust.

Powerful visual images in later ages, like Bruegel’s Tower of Babel 

The Tower of Babel, 1563 – Pieter Bruegel the Elder

and Rembrandt’s Belshazzar’s Feast 

Rembrandt’s Belshazzar’s Feast 

perpetuate the negative image Babylon acquired in biblical tradition. The latter found musical expression in William Walton’s composition Belshazzar’s Feast, and the reign of Babylon’s most famous – and infamous – king Nebuchadnezzar in Verdi’s opera Nabucco, best known for its ‘Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves.’

In recent years, the representation of Nebuchadnezzar as a ruthless, despotic tyrant was given a fresh airing in the political propaganda of Saddam Hussein who claimed to be the ancient king reincarnated – and sometimes had himself depicted on posters riding a chariot and decked out in Nebuchadnezzar’s military gear.

Babylon lies near the political centre of gravity of modern Iraq, close to its capital, Baghdad. It was the royal seat of the southern part of Iraq (also known as Mesopotamia or southern Mesopotamia), stretching southwards to the Persian Gulf. When referring to its ancient history and civilization, scholars often call this region Babylonia.

Babylon’s rise to prominence came in the early 2nd millennium, in the reign of Hammurabi, its first great ruler. Hammurabi built the first of three great Babylonian kingdoms, all of them major powers within the Near Eastern world. Though a highly successful war-leader, Hammurabi is best remembered as a great builder, social reformer, and guardian of justice. Many cities in his kingdom, and especially their religious sanctuaries, were restored and redeveloped under his rule, and many of his successors maintained his building and restoration programmes, and his responsibilities for ensuring justice throughout the land over which they held sway.

This brings us back to Nebuchadnezzar. Babylon was some 2,000 years old when in 605 BC Nebuchadnezzar succeeded his father on its throne as the second ruler of the short-lived Neo-Babylonian empire, which ended with the Persian conquest of it in 539 BC. Was the Babylon of that period the city of wantonness and depravity, and was its king Nebuchadnezzar the monster of cruelty and oppression, as depicted in our biblical sources and later artistic tradition?

This image of the city and its most famous ruler has now been largely countered by the recovery of Babylon’s own history and civilization, through the decipherment of the language of its tablets, and the sifting of its archaeological remains. Both sets of sources reveal to us a city that became the centre of one of the most culturally and intellectually vibrant civilizations of the ancient world, exercising a profound influence on its Near Eastern contemporaries, and contributing in many respects to the religious, scientific, and literary traditions of the Classical civilizations of Greece and Rome.

In keeping with a legacy that goes back at least as far as Hammurabi,  Nebuchadnezzar devoted himself to building and restoration projects throughout his land, and proclaimed his responsibilities in ensuring justice and protection for all his subjects, especially those who were most vulnerable – as Hammurabi had done in his famous (and still extant) set of laws.

Under Nebuchadnezzar, Babylon became the largest and most sophisticated city of the ancient world. The so-called ‘Tower of Babel’ was one of its defining landmarks. It was a multi-platformed building, of a kind found in many Babylonian cities as well as Babylon itself, and was known as a ziggurat.

Just like his great great great grandfather Nebuchadnezzar, Saddam Hussein fell under the spell of money, power and the evil one and ended up in ruin.

This story reminds me of the story of Joseph, who stood before Pharaoh in Egypt. The great Egyptian ruler had dreamed a dream that disturbed him greatly. Because of a gift from God, Joseph had a reputation for being able to interpret dreams, so he was brought before Pharaoh to interpret his dream.

Like the Egyptian Pharaoh, King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon also dreamed a dream that he could not remember. The Jewish Prophet Daniel was called upon to reveal and interpret the dream, because Daniel also possessed a divine gift, like Joseph.

In both stories, God was working profoundly to place a Hebrew into a strategic position of power within a pagan government. There he would play a divine role that would serve the purpose of God for Israel and other nations in his day. In the long term, Daniel’s roles in Babylon and Persia left an eternal testimony for all the nations of the world, and for all of time to come.

God used both Joseph and Daniel to speak to the most powerful heathen powers of their day, to give a witness that the One True LORD and GOD is in control over ALL the affairs of men, and that He sets kings and kingdoms in order. Both kings eventually recognized the miraculous power of Jehovah and worshipped Him from their thrones.

In the end, we can see that God sent the dreams to Pharaoh and Nebuchadnezzar. God also sent the interpreters, Joseph and Daniel. It was all divinely orchestrated for the glory of God.

“In the second year of the reign of Nebuchadnezzar Nebuchadnezzar dreamed dreams, wherewith his spirit was troubled, and his sleep brake from him,” Daniel 2:1.

Nebuchadnezzar could not remember the dreams that troubled him, so he demanded his magicians, astrologers and sorcerers to reveal and interpret them. Naturally, they could not, so Nebuchadnezzar ordered them all to be put to death.

But Daniel intervened. He begged for time to show the answer. “Then Daniel went to his house, and made the thing known to Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah, …That they would desire mercies of the God of heaven concerning this secret.” (Here is a great lesson: Fortify your prayers with strong desire!)

They Desired Mercies Of The God Of Heaven

Daniel 2:19 – “Then was the secret revealed unto Daniel in a night vision. …what we desired of thee.”

God Sets Up And Removes Kings

Daniel had the keenest awareness that everything going on in Babylon, including everything going on with Nebuchadnezzar, was under the perfect control of Almighty God. That truth is the heart and soul of Bible prophecy. Prophecy is simply the declaration of what God is going to do. Never doubt that God has EVERYTHING under control, and it is ALL working for HIS good. You should want to be perfectly allied with Him.

Daniel 2:20-21 – “Blessed be the name of God for ever and ever: …he changeth the times and the seasons: he removeth kings, and setteth up kings.”

Don’t Forget To Give Thanks

None of King Nebuchadnezzar’s counselors could reveal his troubling dreams to him, so he ordered them all to be killed. But by intercessory prayer, Daniel obtained a revelation from God which answered the King’s wishes, and saved the lives of Daniel and his companions. Daniel immediately gave thanks and praise to God.

Daniel 2:23 – “I thank thee, and praise thee, O thou God of my fathers, who hast given me wisdom and might, and hast made known unto me now what we desired of thee: for thou hast now made known unto us the king’s matter.”

God Reveals Secrets Of The Latter Days

The wisest men in Babylon had no clues about the future. Nebuchadnezzar would have killed them for their ignorance. But all wisdom and knowledge comes from the LORD, and wise men of God like Daniel save many lives. God knows EVERYTHING. Daniel saw things 2500 years in the future.

Daniel 2:27-28 – “Daniel answered… The secret which the king hath demanded cannot the wise men, the astrologers, the magicians, the soothsayers, shew unto the king; but there is a God in heaven that revealeth secrets, and maketh known to the king Nebuchadnezzar what shall be in the latter days.”

God Tutored Nebuchadnezzar, A Pagan King

When all else had failed, the man of God, Daniel, had the answers that Nebuchadnezzar could find nowhere else. Nebuchadnezzar was the most powerful man on earth in his day, ruling over the sprawling Babylonian Empire. But he did not have a clue about the future. God decided to teach him a few things.

Daniel 2:29 – “As for thee, O king, thy thoughts came into thy mind upon thy bed, what should come to pass hereafter: and he that revealeth secrets maketh known to thee what shall come to pass….Thou, O king, sawest, and behold a great image.”

Nebuchadnezzar’s Image

God gave King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon a very important prophetic dream. Part of that dream is about our modern times.
From One Nation to Another. The Ancient Mysteries just pickup and move their teachings and framework then go to the next city, state or nation to spread their disease further.

God gave the dream to Nebuchadnezzar. He saw a great statue of a man. It was bright, excellent and terrible, and foretold the sequence of coming world empires. Its golden head represented the current Babylonian Empire; its silver breast and arms represented the successor Medo-Persian Empire. Brass thighs prophesied of Greece. Iron legs foresaw the Roman Empire; iron and clay feet, the Holy Roman Empire.

The Roman Empire collapsed around 300 A.D. and the next and last world empire before Jesus Christ returns was illustrated by iron and clay feet.

Notice that Europe appears three times in Daniel’s statue –

First, Europe appears in the east, as the brass thighs of Greece. Alexander the Great took it to its zenith.

Second, Europe is seen as the iron legs of the Roman Empire, under powerful men like Caesar Augustus.

Thirdly, it appears as the iron and clay feet: Finally, he saw iron and clay feet on the great statue in King Nebuchadnezzar’s dream.

“And whereas thou sawest the feet and toes, part of potters’ clay, and part of iron, the kingdom shall be divided; but there shall be in it of the strength of the iron, forasmuch as thou sawest the iron mixed with miry clay. And as the toes of the feet were part of iron, and part of clay, so the kingdom shall be partly strong, and partly broken.” (Daniel 2:41,42)

The stone struck and destroyed the iron and clay feet.

What do the iron and clay feet represent?

1. An empire with a dual nature:
 Religion & Politics, Church & State.

2. The politics of the defunct Roman Empire, revived under the careful manipulation of the Roman Catholic Church.

Why should we assume that the clay in this image symbolizes the Roman Catholic Church? There are several reasons.

Pope Leo III of the Roman Catholic Church crowned Charlemagne on Christmas Day, 800 AD in Rome, saying, “I crown you Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.” In this single epic event, the collapsed Roman Empire came back to life, but was renamed “the Holy Roman Empire.” With the anointing of the Roman Catholic Church, Charlemagne instantly carried the most powerful endorsement of his day. As a devout Roman Catholic, Charlemagne would always be at the beck and call of the Pope. Every subsequent emperor of the Holy Roman Empire for about 1000 years was also a Roman Catholic.

Charlemagne set about to consolidate Europe as never before. He would come to be known as “the Father of Europe.” The combined forces of Roman church and state would change Europe for all time. Roman pontiffs crowned almost all the kings of the Holy Roman Empire for a thousand years. The Cathedral of Kings in Frankfurt is today a monument to that notable tradition, and the Hall of Kaisers (Caesars) there displays the portraits of each emperor with his crown and “apple” – a golden ornament depicting a cross mounted on top of a globe. It symbolized the domination of the Roman Catholic Church over the world via the anointed kings. The RCC controlled the world empire through its earthly kings.

Charlemagne ruled from Germany. Nevertheless, Rome exerted powerful influence on German politics. The German Kaisers derived their names from the Roman Caesars. For a while, Charlemagne was buried in the sarcophagus of Augustus Caesar. For all practical purposes, the Holy Roman Empire was built upon ancient Roman law.

Even in modern times, plenty of writers believe that Pope Pius XII was complicit with Adolph Hitler’s Third Reich. Today, Roman Catholicism can still be seen exercising its influence in high political places.

The FINAL ENEMY IS THE BLACK NOBILITY AND THE PAPAL BLOODLINES that TIE ALL OF THIS TOEGETHER FROM ANCIENT CITIES AND STATES TO THE MODERN. They can be found on the following websites: These are the last of the Roman Crusades against mankind that started on 911 and ends with the FALL OF ROME!


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Abu Ghraib prison (Arabic: سجن أبو غريب‎, Sijn Abū Ghurayb) was a prison complex in Abu GhraibIraq, located 32 kilometers (20 mi) west of Baghdad. Abu Ghraib prison was opened in the 1950s and served as a maximum-security prison with torture, weekly executions, and squalid living conditions.

From the 1980s onward, the prison was used by Saddam Hussein and later the United States military to hold political prisoners.

Abu Ghraib gained international attention in 2003 following the invasion of Iraq, when a scandal involving the torture and abuse of detainees committed by guards in part of the complex operated by US-led Coalition occupation forces was exposed. Israeli interrogators were in Iraq, alongside the Coalition, because they spoke Arabic.

In 2006, the United States transferred complete control of Abu Ghraib to the Federal government of Iraq, and was reopened in 2009 as Baghdad Central Prison (Arabic: سجن بغداد المركزي Sijn Baġdād al-Markizī) but was closed in 2014 due to security concerns from the Iraqi Civil War. The prison complex is currently vacant, and Saddam-era mass graves have been uncovered at the site.

The prison was built by British contractors in the 1950s. The prison held as many as 15,000 inmates in 2001. In 2002, Saddam Hussein‘s government began an expansion project to add six new cellblocks to the prison. In October 2002, he gave amnesty to most prisoners in Iraq. After the prisoners were released and the prison was left empty, it was vandalized and looted. Almost all of the documents relating to prisoners were piled and burnt inside of prison offices and cells, leading to extensive structural damage.

Known mass-graves related to Abu Ghraib include:

  • Khan Dhari, west of Baghdad – mass grave with the bodies of political prisoners from Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad. Fifteen victims were executed on 26 December 1998 and buried by prison authorities under the cover of darkness.
  • Al-Zahedi, on the western outskirts of Baghdad – secret graves near a civilian cemetery contain the remains of nearly 1,000 political prisoners. According to an eyewitness, 10 to 15 bodies arrived at a time from the Abu Ghraib prison and were buried by local civilians. An execution on 10 December 1999 in Abu Ghraib claimed the lives of 101 people in one day. On 9 March 2000, 58 prisoners were killed at a time. The last corpse interred was number 993.


Further information: Abu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuseMap of the prisonUS Military Police officer restraining and sedating a prisoner, while a soldier holds him down

From 2003 until August 2006, Abu Ghraib prison was used for detention purposes by both the U.S.-led coalition occupying Iraq and the Iraqi government. The Iraqi government has controlled the area of the facility known as “The Hard Site”. The prison was used to house only convicted criminals. Suspected criminals, insurgents or those arrested and awaiting trial were held at other facilities, commonly known as “camps” in U.S. military parlance.

The U.S. housed all its detainees at “Camp Redemption”, which is divided into five security levels. This camp built in the summer of 2004 replaced the three-level setup of Camp Ganci, Camp Vigilant and Abu Ghraib’s Tier 1. The remainder of the facility was occupied by the U.S. military.

Abu Ghraib served as both a FOB (Forward Operating Base) and a detention facility. When the U.S. military was using the Abu Ghraib prison as a detention facility, it housed approximately 7,490 prisoners there in March 2004.

Later population of detainees was much smaller, because Camp Redemption had a much smaller capacity than Camp Ganci had, and many detainees have been sent from Abu Ghraib to Camp Bucca for this reason.

The U.S. military initially held all “persons of interest” in Camp Redemption. Some were suspected rebels, and some suspected criminals. Those convicted by trial in Iraqi court are transferred to the Iraqi-run Hard Site.

Picture of Ali Shallal al-Qaisi, one of the prisoners subjected to torture and abuse by U.S. guards at Abu Ghraib


In the Abu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuse scandal, reserve soldiers from the 327th Military Police battalion were charged under the Uniform Code of Military Justice with prisoner abuse, beginning with an Army Criminal Investigation Division investigation on January 14, 2004.

In April 2004, U.S. television news-magazine 60 Minutes reported on a story from the magazine The New Yorker, which recounted torture and humiliation of Iraqi detainees by U.S. soldiers and contracted civilians. The story included photographs depicting the abuse of prisoners. The events created a substantial political scandal within the U.S. and other coalition countries.

On April 20, 2004, insurgents fired 40 mortar rounds into the prison, killing 24 detainees and injuring 92. Commentators thought the attack was either an attempt to incite a riot or retribution for detainees’ cooperating with the United States.

In May 2004, the U.S.-led coalition embarked on a prisoner-release policy to reduce numbers to fewer than 2,000.  The U.S. military released nearly 1,000 detainees at the prison during the week ending August 27, 2005, at the request of the Iraqi government.

In a May 24, 2004 address at the U.S. Army War College, President George W. Bush announced that the prison would be demolished. On June 14 Iraqi interim President Ghazi Mashal Ajil al-Yawer said he opposed this decision; on June 21 U.S. military judge Col. James Pohl ruled the prison was a crime scene and could not be demolished until investigations and trials were completed.

On April 2, 2005, the prison was attacked by more than 60 insurgents in the engagement known as the Battle of Abu Ghraib. In the two hours before being forced to retreat, the attackers suffered at least 50 casualties according to the U.S. military.

Thirty-six persons at or in the prison, including U.S. military personnel, civilians and detainees, were injured in the attack. The attackers used small arms, rockets, and RPGs as weapons, and threw grenades over the walls.

A suicide VBIED detonated just outside the front wall after Marines fired on it. Officials believe that the car bomb was intended to breach the prison wall, enabling an assault and/or mass escape for detainees. Insurgents also attacked military forces nearby on highways en route to the prison for reinforcement and used ambushes along the roads. Al Qaeda in Iraq claimed responsibility.


In March 2006, the U.S. military decided to transfer the 4,500 inmates to other prisons and transfer control of the Abu Ghraib prison to Iraqi authorities. The prison was reported emptied of prisoners in August 2006. The formal transfer was made on September 2, 2006.

The formal transfer was conducted between Major General Jack Gardner, Commander of Task Force 134, and representatives of the Iraqi Ministry of Justice and the Iraqi Army.

In February 2009, Iraq reopened Abu Ghraib under the new name of Baghdad Central Prison. It was designed to house 3,500 inmates. The government said it planned to increase the number up to 15,000 prisoners by the end of the year.

A major prison break occurred on July 21, 2013, and media outlets reported a mass breakout of prisoners at Abu Ghraib. Reportedly, at least 500 prisoners escaped. A senior member of the security and defense committee in parliament described the prisoners as mostly those who were “convicted senior members of al-Qaeda and had received death sentences.”

A simultaneous attack occurred at another prison, in Taji, around 12 miles north of Baghdad, where 16 members of the Iraqi security forces and six militants were killed.

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) issued a statement on a jihadist forum claiming that they were responsible for organizing and executing the prison break, which had taken months of preparation, and claimed that the attacks involved 12 car bombs, suicide bombers and a barrage of mortars and rockets.

They also claimed that they killed more than 120 government troops, though the Iraqi authorities claimed that 25 members of the security forces were killed, along with 21 prisoners and at least 10 militants.


On April 15, 2014 the Iraqi Justice Ministry announced that it had closed the prison amid fear that it could be taken over by ISIL, which controlled much of Anbar Province at the time. All 2,400 inmates were moved to other high-security facilities in the country. It was not made clear if the closure is temporary or permanent.

6 months is all she got…

If we dont act soon then this is what is coming to all of us: DEATH and these people are heartless, evil monsters that can care less about men, women or children. Many of them arent even human anymore and have no souls because THEY LIVE and we sleep…

Look into the faces of the EVIL MURDERS below that kill for the ELITE. Poor kids murdering other poor kids so that the rich can keep getting richer…

They got money for warbut can’t feed the poor” – Tupac

War what is it good for? Gold, Oil and Drugs. The GOD they trust.

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