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Reader comment on item: Civil war likely in Iraq: Pipes
in response to reader comment: Iraq, the harder game than that of Lebanon

Submitted by Bader S (United Arab Emirates), Mar 8, 2006 at 17:37

You posed interesting points in your post Harrak.

My questions are:

Why would Syria and Iran want to cohabit with the US?

Would it not be in the interest of these two countries to see the US leave Iraq the same way it left Lebanon and Somalia?

Would not an alliance between Syria, Iraq, and Iran create a formidable strategic front that would have an impact regionally and internationally?

Would not such an alliance return the balance of power to the region?
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