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Submitted by Murray Kupersmith (United States), Nov 19, 2003 at 08:22

Given your comment that,
"Iraqis are not children eager to learn from Western instructors...
"defiant toward the outside world,
"suspicious of Anglo-Americans, and
"determined to run their own country."

What would/should our (Anglo-American) position be, in your opinion, if the Iraqis form a Muslim-based theorcracy, à-la that in Iran? This type of governance does nothing more than repress the populace and breed contempt for us, the "Great Satans." If this were to become the case, would our brave young people have died in vain? I think so.
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