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    • Jane
    • 04.08.07 | 14:22 (IDT)

    It is really staggering to read posts of people who believe the Iraq debacle will bring down the US effort in the Middle East.One difficult battle does not a war make.The war on radical Islam will continue no matter what the outcome in Iraq.It is a war of civilization against men hiding in caves.Bush will be out of office shortly but the new US government whether democrat or republican will continue the war because it must.There will not be a calipahte in the region,Israel will continue to prosper, American interests will be protected,and new terrorist states won't be created to give safe haven to the likes of Al Qaeda.The experiment of bringing democracy to Iraq is a hard lesson so I imagine that from now on the war will be waged without such pie in the sky goals.It will continue and ultimately the US will defeat the enemy with military force,economic means,and many other methods that don't require soldiers going door to door or cave to cave.This is just the beginning not the end.

    from the article: Hezbollah chief says Washington trying to drown Mideast in wars
    First published 00:00 03.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 03.08.07
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