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US Foreign policy on the Islamic World

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Submitted by Dr. CJ IZUNDU (Israel), Jan 4, 2007 at 09:39

As a matter of great importance, after the 9,11 attacks, the US Government has toughened it stance on the Middle-East, trying to create pseudo pro-Western allies in States like Afghanistan, Palastine, Iran and Syria. Forgetting totally that if you want to democratise the Middle-East, you first of all stabilize the nation and mend fences with the people and its cultures. By so doing they will not view with scepticism as infidels. Iraq is an obvious example.

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