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The moral, legal and administrative responsibility of the occupier

Reader comment on item: Civil War in Iraq?

Submitted by HARRAK (Canada), Feb 28, 2006 at 13:37

Once a country is occupied, the occupation forces are responsible for the peace making and the security of civilian and humanitarian targets. USA and Britain are responsible for what happened. Mr John Kerry could have saved the situation in Iraq by adding money, soldiers and equipment to accomplish the democratic/corpocratic mission in Iraq, but the stuborn Bush keeps vandalizing his country's interest and the interest of the others in Iraq and neighbouring states..

I always felt sorry for the Americans not voting for Gore and Kerry. The first time it was a court decision, and the second time it was the fearful citizen decision. The war leaders in Iraq now have decided to start a war, unfortunately it will be someone else who will decide to end..the situation is out of hand there and result for The anglo-american coalition is exactly the opposite of what they expected..good luck for every body! there is a proverb that says:

""I am always for the winner"

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