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Elphantine Embassy complex

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Submitted by Ayasha (United States), Dec 17, 2007 at 13:08

That embassy...

Among most of my friends in South Asia, there is a general opinion that the U.S. plans to occupy - beginning with Iraq.

Not so, said I. My Country wouldn't do that.

Of course, my friends immediately pointed to that huge embassy as proof of America's intent to stay in Iraq.

Will America ever just learn to stop repeating mistakes with their often holier than thou, we know better, attitude?

Submitting....

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