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Reader comment on item: [The Hamas Electoral Victory:] Democracy's Bitter Fruit
in response to reader comment: Hamas winning is a good thing.

Submitted by B. Alotaibi (Saudi Arabia), Jan 29, 2006 at 14:26

What you folks think will come after Hamas victory. I think it could get messy, and then what about Iran and/or Whabbists come into the equation?

Now these Jihadies who take order from Allah directly are replacing the thugs, the corrupt and the crooked of Alaqsa's. If Iran, Syria or whabbists get involved then we're here for long ride! I think Syria is the weakest point therefore should be taken (Assad should be stripped from power) preferably by Israel sooner rather than later.

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