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Submitted by Libyan (United Arab Emirates), Feb 17, 2006 at 13:28

It is a good point .....

There has been survey that done by Aljazeera (which we trust more than your channels) that more than 65% of the iraqis prefer the era of Saddam and they think that US and coalition is not here in Iraq for peace and freeing the iraqis but for OIL SECURITY.

I used to be a moderate muslim but since i have seen the Abu Graib now i have no in between with the west.

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