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A super power humiliated and defeated.

Reader comment on item: Civil War in Iraq?

Submitted by Muhammad ali (Canada), Mar 1, 2006 at 03:23

I will tell how Muslims will analyze the whole situation.

The American army is defeated in Iraq by the resistance fighters. The Neo Conservatives just don't want to admit it. The number of Americans killed and wounded are a lot more than what they tell their own people. The amount of money spent on this war is astronomical. The crimes committed by the American army against the Iraqi people is too much. The aggressors and the occupiers could not take it any more. A super power has been humiliated by a few thousand Iraqi resistance fighters. Now, they have to find a way out.

The only face saving exit strategy left for the neo cons is to ignite a civil war and leave Iraq. They will then say, we tried to bring democracy to these people but look at them. they are now fighting each other. We can not involve ourselves in their civil war!. A very convincing and effective execuse for the moral of a defeated army.

I give credit to the Americans and Europeans in Afghnistan for freeing the Afghan people from the Talaban and for stopping an imminent famine.

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