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Reader comment on item: Does Rumsfeld Favor Getting U.S. Troops out of Iraqi Inhabited Areas?

Submitted by Nick Good - South Africa (South Africa), Dec 4, 2006 at 07:40

One wonders why this obvious path has not been tried earlier. (December 3, 2006)

Well it seems as if Daniel is arguing for no-go-areas. I dont find the argument for these in Iraq particularly persuasive; anymore than they were in Londonderry ,Northern Ireland in the 70s; indeed less so.

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