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Iraq: The January 30th National Elections
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Thursday, 27 January 2005 10:51
Everything in the current Iraqi situation is dictating that the elections scheduled for next Sunday should have been postponed for at least few months.  The most important reason is that the security situation in the country is still very serious, uncontrolled and is extremely dangerous, but the Americans are insisting on going ahead with it in spite of an appeal by a very important group of moderate very sensible political organizations and personalities the appeal was rejected and the exercise is going to take place on the said date.  I will be trying to make some predictions which are based on my own understanding of the composition and the relative strength of the various components of the current Iraqi political spectrum.
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America and the Current Iraqi Mess
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Sunday, 23 January 2005 09:15
Do not agree with everything the gurus of the Bush administration or the pundits from the major media organizations or even the great experts in international relations tell you about the situation in Iraq, because these people are not in touch with the realities of the situation on the ground, what they are saying is not emanating from the field.  These people are talking from important offices in the Pentagon or foggy bottom or from very cozy suites in the headquarters of an important TV network or from the libraries and research centers in their think tanks.  The current situation in Iraq is very dangerous and absolutely chaotic, it is a total mess and is affecting every facet of the lives of the Iraqis.  It is posing incredible dangers to our survival and future and to the Americans as well.
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Iraq in History: A Short Epilogue
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Sunday, 16 January 2005 12:35
Britains' experiment in nation building in Iraq failed and the British were forced out of this country by a group of young middle class officers who had absolutely no previous experience in government or politics.
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Iraq in History; Part Four: The Turbulent Century
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Wednesday, 12 January 2005 14:07
Britain invaded Iraq at the beginning of the first world war which they justified it as a necessity to protect their oil interests in neighboring Iran and their access to the Gulf’s shipping lanes to their colonies in far east especially India.  Many Iraqis welcomed the British in the beginning with open hands who vowed to end five centuries of Ottoman rule which has grown very corrupt and economically stifling, “our armies do not come into your cities and lands as conquerors or enemies but as liberators proclaimed General Stanley Maude the commander of the British forces as his troops marched into Baghdad in 1917”.
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