Sunday, September 25, 2005

Breaking the Silence

Independent Online Edition > Middle East : app3: "Still dressed in the loose sharwal trousers that he wears for his work as a gardener, the 22-year-old ex-soldier sits across the caf� table in a central Tel Aviv shopping mall, and says that when he joined the Israeli army he just 'wanted to kill Arabs'."


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Anonymous said...

Watch for lane closures on I-90 tomorrow
Interstate 90 will be reduced to one eastbound lane Saturday between Argonne and University.
I have a home small business site/blog. It pretty much covers home small business related stuff.

Anonymous said...

US engineered Iraq's coming split-up by imposing 'no-fly' zones during Saddam's rule.

US soldiers dieing in Iraq today are being sacrificed for (a) the establishment of a theocratic Shiite Iraq in south that will be closely aligned to Iran, (b) an independent Kurdistan in north that will open up its own pandora's box and (c) a Sunni tinder box in central Iraq that will be like another Afghanistan under Taliban rule.

By the time dust settles in Iraq, US would wish Saddam was in power. And who knows, US may even support emergence of another Saddam down the road once it becomes clear that new Iraq is far more closely aligned to Iran than US had anticipated.

arn said...

YOu may well be right, unfortunately.