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    • Eman
    • 06.01.07 | 16:18 (IST)

    I do not think the embarrasing issue is whether Sadam was killed, nobody really cares as evident by the small fall out from it. It is eveident from this article that the US war against Iraq was in support of Israel needs, and not US needs, as there never was any direct evidence tieing Iraq to 911, nor did Iraq pose any DIRECT military threat the the soverign soil of the US. The only evidence or indirect has its link to Saudi Arabia. The US should pull out of IRaq all together. The middle eastern countries and the people within those countries shold make their own peace or war. MAybe a major war is needed to bring some sence to the people and the governments. In a way the middle east is still a country run by small children. ISrael is partner in this as well, especially with the on-going land grabbing in the west bank. I think it is high time that the US stop giving Israel their $ 3 billion per year.

    from the article: History and Hussein's hanging
    First published 00:00 04.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 05.01.07
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