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Translation of Mohamed M. comments.

Reader comment on item: Civil War in Iraq?
in response to reader comment: تفوق القوة المضادة للقاعدة

Submitted by Sophie (Canada), Mar 3, 2006 at 12:44

The start of a civil war in Iraq you can see it clearly lately, the terrorist attack on Askaria mosque in Sammara & the response by burning multiples sunni mosques in different location in Iraq. All those vicious attacks between Shiites & Sunnis prove the start of a long civil war in Iraq, proving the proverb that says: " the Arabs agree to disagree" and another important proverb that fit the Iraqi & Palestinian scene: " who digs a hole, falls in it" because the more inflamed the internal problem gets & the more problem between the terrorists gets their will be security in the free democratic society free from massacre & destruction and it truly tells you that the war strategy on terrorists is winning , it changed for some & it turned against those who initiated it. They should choke the maker of mud in the mud that their hands fabricated and they should drown in what they wanted the world to drown in, they should live in their ignorance, hate and animosity.

I am not legal translator, I tried my best

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