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Power Share Will Resolve Conflict In Iraq

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Submitted by skmiller (United States), Nov 13, 2006 at 10:57

Sharing of power in rotation (4 years each for sunni, shia, kurd and others like christians) instead of giving power to big block of shias. This is the same problem in Afghan affairs, rotate the power there to all clans (instead of large bloc pastun).
Otherwise just split it that way people like kurds will always support us. we will have our bases in those safe lands, also israel will find a friend in the desert other than G-d.

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