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Devastating Last Thoughts on Iraq

Author and artist Paul Batou shares his raw thoughts, feelings and memories of Iraq. It is a search for love, life,
freedom and peace.

Burbank, CA (PRWEB) October 6, 2007 -- Mesopotamia was Paul Batou once known as the greatest civilization on earth. But invasions, wars and sanctions have lead to the destruction of a remarkablecivilization. Author Paul Batou shares his thoughts and feelings about the ruin of Mesopotamia in My Last Thoughts on Iraq.

This book is a collection of the author's memories and experiences as an Assyrian-Chaldean artist. He shares his reactions to the suffering and sadness, which has plagued Mesopotamia through poetry that clearly expresses the pain, humiliation and destruction of a once great civilization. My Last Thoughts on Iraq reveals the state of fear in Iraq, the wars, invasions and sanctions that led to the decay of modern Baghdad and the suffering of its citizens around the world.

My Last Thoughts on Iraq is a timely book that will give readers a glimpse inside Iraq during its most troubled times. Iraq at present is still at turmoil and Batou gives us insights on this place, its people and its gradual destruction. This truly interesting read will tell us the real score instead of the media's often-colored view of the news. Buy a copy of this intriguing read now online at or your local book retailer.

About the Author
Paul Batou, a native Iraqi artist, received a degree in pharmacy in 1982 from the University of Baghdad. While in school, Paul worked and was inspired by many teachers and artists studying at the University. In 1980, he had his first art show in Baghdad. During his years spent in Baghdad, Paul placed his art in several galleries, learned to play the guitar, and was forced into service during the Iraq-Iran war as a medic. In 1989, he fled Iraq with his family and moved to Los Angeles. In the United States, Paul continues to create art and write poems that inspire all those close to him. As a father, an uncle, an artist and a pharmacist, Paul has achieved the admiration and respect of all those around him.

My Last Thoughts about Iraq * by Paul Batou
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Tishreen I = October

Devastating Last Thoughts on Iraq Oct. 7, 07

Music pearls of Beth - Nahrin Oct. 4, 07

In Basra, vigilantes wage deadly campaign against women
Oct. 4, 07

George Malki excels, in soccer and in school. Oct. 3, 07

Who Committed the Yezidi Massacre in North Iraq? Oct. 3, 07

Bishops fear for future of Iraqi Christians Oct. 3, 07

Arabs quitting Iraq's Kirkuk Oct. 3, 07

The Loss and Rediscovery of the Great Epic of Gilgamesh
Oct. 2, 07

Ealool = September

Binding up the wounds of war Sept. 30, 07

Iraqi Christians Forced to Flee Homes or Risk Death
Sept. 30, 07

Grand Opening of the Banipal Library in Teikeep Sept. 29, 07

A frightful car bomb explosion shakes the Assyrian town of Baghdeda Sept. 29, 07

Video- Assyriaska the Assyrian Soccer Team in Sweden
Sept. 29, 07

ABC News invites Christians of Iraq to be part of a news segment on an Iraqi translator Sept. 27, 07

U.S. withdrawal debate ignores Iraq refugee crisis Sept. 27, 07

Abducted Assyrian girl released after ransom was paid
Sept. 26, 07

Assyrian suffering overlooked in Iraq Sept. 25, 07

Old Trade Losing Its Foothold in Moscow Sept. 25, 07

Why I want to keep fighting in Iraq Sept. 25, 07

Muslim Intimidation Could Make 'Land of Jesus' Barren in 15 Years Sept. 23, 07

New artifacts discovered in al-Hasaka (Syria) from the neo Assyrian period Sept. 23, 07

Panelist Insults Assyrian Christians of Iraq! Sept. 23, 07

Elephants: the way to beat looters Sept. 23, 07

Armed gunmen loot Assyrian homes in Dora-Baghdad
Sept. 22, 07

Ethnic violence forces more Arabs to flee Iraq’s Kirkuk
Sept. 22, 07

Video - Iraqi Christians Search for Safe Haven Sept. 22, 07

CWS presses U.S. government to speed resettlement of Iraqi refugees Sept. 20, 07

Fleeing Saddam's Impending War Sept. 21, 07

Assyrians in Gen. Patraeus Testimony Before U.S. Senate
Sept. 19, 07

Sweden Offers Safe Haven to Iraqi Refugees Sept. 19, 07

Yonadem Kanna's Speech in Alqush Sept. 17, 07

UN adopts landmark resolution on rights of indigenous people
Sept. 15, 07

Time For The Truth! Who Speaks for Assyrians? Sept. 15, 07

Canada Broadcasting Company report About Assyrian refugee in Sweden Sept. 13, 07

Petreaus, Crocker Support Christian Assyrians in Iraq!
Sept. 13, 07

US Must Take Action on Iraq's Threatened Minorities
Sept. 12, 07

Iraqi Christians greet Muslims before Ramadan Sept. 12, 07

Islamic Terrorists Posing As Christians: Abusing Faith, Churches Sept. 12, 07

US Withdrawl may cause Slaughter of Iraqi Christians
Sept. 11, 07

U.S. Authorizes Funds for Refugees Sept. 11, 07

Rally this Friday and, Ashur TV Interview Sept. 11, 07

Iraqi Forces in Ninewah Province Continue Progress Sept.10, 07

Christians of Nineveh; A documentary Sept. 9, 07

Islam: a Plan for World Domination? Sept. 06, 07

USCIRF to Rice: US Must Address Threats to Religious Minorities in Iraq Sept. 06, 07

US Must Take Action on Iraq's Threatened Minorities
Sept. 06, 07

Wedding celebration in Iraq has a lot in common with American event Sept. 06, 07

Local Iraqis mourn demise of Christian churches in Iraq
Sept. 06, 07

The Assyrian Democratic Organization Celebrates its 50th Anniversary in Sweden Sept. 05, 07

Festival Offers Taste of Assyrian Culture Sept. 05, 07

Bush Sees Hope for Iraq's Future Sept. 04, 07

Mr. Bush Has Forsaken Iraq's Minorities Sept. 03, 07

Assessing the Wounds of an Ancient Assyrian Ruler
Sept. 02, 07

North Iraq fears pullout Sept. 02, 07

Defend the Persecuted Christian Minority in Iraq Sept. 2, 07

Tabokh = August

Under Siege: Iraq's Christians August 31, 07

The Iraqi refugees in Beirut who don’t officially exist
August 31, 07

Swedish Uproar After Turkish Threats to silence dialogue about the Assyrian Genocide August 29, 07

Iraq's Minorities Lose Out in Classroom August 29, 07

Tensions on Iraq-Turkey border send residents packing
August 29, 07

Iraq's Endangered Minorities August 27, 07

Mosul Christians in dire danger August 27, 07

U.S. Troops Must Not Withdraw, Say Iraqis August 26, 07

Just the Facts, in Words and Pictures August 24, 07

Kurdistan's Twin Towers: The Massacre of the Yazidi August 24, 07

UAT Instructor Creates Cuneiform and Hieroglyphic Translator August 24, 07

The Tale of Gilgamesh at The Ashby Stage August 24, 07

Iran: It Can Be Tough to Say Goodbye August 23, 07

Threats to Iraq’s Communities of Antiquity August 22, 07

The Plight of the Cristians in the Middle East August 21, 07

Crushing Iraq's human mosaic August 21, 07

Iraq's minorities face a rising threat August 20, 07

The situation in my country is tragic,” the man continued.
August 18, 07

Kirkuk poll seen unlikely on time August 18, 07

Wanton killing in Nineveh plains August 18, 07

Iraqi boy brought here for lifesaving surgery August 17, 07

Turkey's Dam will destroy Hasankeyf's unique heritage
August 16, 07

Video of beheading used to threaten Christians August 16, 07

Four suicide bombings kill 175 in Iraq August 14, 07

Controversy over a Mardin Assyrian monastery August 11, 07

Kurds Arrest Iraqis for Raising Iraqi Flag August 11, 07

Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis betrays his Anti
Assyrian Bias
August 10, 07

Jordan to Let 50,000 Iraqi Children Into Its Schools August 10, 07

Iraqi Kurdistan Faces Trouble on Two Fronts August 10, 07

Prayers for the suffering Assyrians in Iraq August 10, 07

NEWS ALERT: Withdrawal US Troops Could Lead To
"Extermination Iraqi Christians", Group Warns
August 9, 07

Gunmen in total control of major Baghdad district August 9, 07

Mosul Christian Community Dwindles August 7, 07

IRAQ Mosul, "focal point" of Wahabi extremism in Iraq August 5, 07

Solidarity, Commitment by the Austrian Ruling Party for
Recognition of the Assyrian Genocide
August 5, 07

Helping Iraqi refugees should be part and parcel | of fighting
August 3, 07

A deadly day in Baghdad August 3, 07

EWTN - Special television program on Christian of Iraq
August 3, 07

Iraqi Christians flee ancient roots for uncertain future in Beirut suburbs August 2, 07

Report on the International Association of Genocide Scholars Conference August 2, 07

Assyrian wins Sweden journalist award two years in a row August 1, 07

An Eastern Christian in the Capital of the Islamic Revolution
August 1, 07


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