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    • fawwaz
    • 19.07.06 | 08:02 (IDT)

    "Hizballah does not represent all Moslems. Their irrational action has been condemned by Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Egypt." Naim, Hizbollah may not represent all Muslims, but certainly the vast majority of them. If you wish to understand the opinion of Jordanians and Egyptians, then do not give much (or any) weight to their leaderships, for they do not represent their people. The best representation of the Egyptians & Jordanians (and all Arab people for that matter) are nobody but the commoners who take it to the streets and demonstrate against Israel & its American support. Arab governments are nothing but American puppet governments that speak what their masters order. This is no conspiracy theory; for even UK's Tony Blair 'admitted' this 2 days ago when his microphone was mistakenly switched on [please refer to The Independent July 17th] and he was heard requesting to fly to the Middle East, and Bush was heard refusing Blair's request :)

    from the article: They fell asleep at the wheel
    First published 00:00 18.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 18.07.06
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