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An iraqi traitor more likely and a coward .

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Submitted by Gisele from Beirut (United Kingdom), Sep 22, 2008 at 15:25

when He attacked the iraqi embassy and sold important documents to a western power that was not seen well by iraqis but they despised him for it .

there are more priorities in iraq right now than visiting israel . Plus he should have checked with parliament before making his decision , because iraq has no relations with israel and its constitution still sees israel as an enemy country .

can you imagine an israeli official visiting damascus (not talking about Mossad ) or Tehran ? or a US official visiting Cuba or Tehran ? it is the same thing .

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