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Justice or Revenge?

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« on: April 07, 2007, 03:29:56 am »

Absolutely pathetic! Not to mention, the death toll in Baghdad alone reached 200 civilians a day or 34,000 in the past year. And this mess is costing $2 billion per week and 70 American lives a month.

And listen to this.  Kadhim Joubri, the man who 4 years ago, on April 9'03 helped to bring down Saddam's giant statue with a sledge hammer is today deeply disillusioned, hoping that he hadn't done that.  He says he was awfully optimistic at first.  Gradually his dreams were shattered.  Now he makes no bones about his belief that the situation is a lot worse than at Saddam's time.  He also considers the presence of Americans to be the main obstacle.  Though I don't know if I could agree with this at present.  I would say, the first mistake the Americans made was by attacking Iraq pre-emptively.  That's when they gave al-Qaeda what they always desired on a silver platter .. a base in an Arab country.  America's second mistake would be to leave Iraq at this point.  The least they can do now is to make whatever efforts they can to prevent a civil war, though some honest analysts say that a civil war within Iraq is precisely the thing the Americans & Brits don't want to prevent.

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