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Iraq and Abdul Rauf's bogus claim

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 6, 2010 at 07:27

Our dear Ravi wrote

>True, American establishment, fooled Americans and rest of the world, or their intelligence was itself fooled by bullying and tricks by Iraq to keep wolf at bay. But it worked the other way round. By the time Americans realized it was too late. Bullying and tricks did not help either side and both were losers in the war. However, business aspect and latter policy is a different story.
Moral of the story don't fool yourself and others believing camels are super-camels.

What does this gobbledygook have to do with the fact that Abdul Raufs' claim that 500,000 children died in Iraq because of sanctions as per the UN?

>Had Saddam not been there, some Edi Amin would have been there.

Whatever!

>... why don't you hand over petrol to UN, enjoy royalty, camels don't need Petrol anyway, nor do wives.
Be wise and enjoy royalty of what Allah has given you, be happy....

So what does this have to do with Abdul Rauf's bogus claim?

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