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Hi all, For years Iraq is doing its well to improve to the whole world that double standards gonna to destroy the poor and south countries toward GLOBLIZATION. What are going on in occupied Arab Land or so-called the National Authority territories is a clear evidence. Sharon the terrorist rejected fact-finding team established by SC and rejected its resolutions. Anan has nothing to do just keeping silent waiting. USA dose not wait, Bush in a very cold blood assured that Sharon is a peace man. In his turn Sharon and during his visit to USA will submit 100 A4 papers containing terrorist acts done by Arafat. This is double standards. Yes, Iraq and Saddam Hussein were and still are right. I do not what do the others wait for? Why they do not shout asking for a JUST world in which all states will be under the same international laws. Nermin al-Mufti, Baghdad, Iraq ----- Original Message ----- From: "Ghazwan Al-Mukhtar" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: "farbuthnot" <email@example.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Friday, May 03, 2002 9:31 PM Subject: Re: [casi] UN investigations: Iraq vs Israel > In 1990 Saddam Hussein pointed out that the west was using double standards. > The west in 1990 denied that fact and kept insisting that SH is wrong. > They started the peace process to show that they could solve the Palestinian > question and to prove that SH was wrong. > 12 years later they are not talking , let alone implementing UNSCR 242 or > 338 (not implemented after 35 years and more than 1000 resolutions ago !). > Iraq rejected UNMOVIC more than a year ago but the UN kept employing staff > for that committee and kept paying for the idle staff from the Iraqi money > and insisting that Iraq should comply with UNMOVIC. > In a vulgar demonstration of the double standards Kofi Annan dissolved the > fact finding UN committee to investigate the Israeli atrocities in Jenen, > days after he formed it, because Israel rejected it. > The west should keep this vulgarity so SH could win more credibility. > I can visualize him getting up every morning watch the news and laugh saying > I didn't do any thing THEY are proving that I am RIGHT. > YES HE IS RIGHT > > Best regards > Ghazwan Al-Mukhtar > Baghdad Iraq > > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "farbuthnot" <email@example.com> > To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Sent: Friday, May 03, 2002 2:53 PM > Subject: [casi] UN investigations: Iraq vs Israel > > > > Thanks to Sandeep - Ireland Against Sanctions. Mind bending. > > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: Brendan LaRocque [mailto:email@example.com] > > Sent: 02 May 2002 00:26 > > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > > Subject:UN investigations: Iraq vs Israel > > > > > > It appears to have slipped Ari Fleischer's (& the reporter's) mind > > that Jenin is located in Occupied Palestine, not inside the sovereign > > nation of Israel. And there's the other pesky fact that a few years > > back the UN team in Iraq was used as cover for US spies. Details, > > details.... > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > --------- > > Transcript Excerpt from White House Daily Briefing, May 1, 2002: > > > > Q: I know you rejected this earlier, but if we get into a situation > > whereby Sharon is allowed to unilaterally reject having a U.N. > > mission take place, do you, in effect, set a precedent that puts us > > in a situation where Saddam Hussein could even come back later, and > > say, well, you didn't force Sharon to allow U.N. fact-finders in, why > > should I then allow U.N. weapons inspectors in? Is it the same? > > > > MR. FLEISCHER: I think any comparison of a sovereign nation, a member > > state of the United Nations like Israel, which is working with the > > United Nations as a sovereign nation, to a nation that fought a war, > > lost a war, and had the terms of an armistice agreed to by that > > nation as surrender terms -- comparing the situation of Iraq to > > Israel is wholly without any basis. Don't forget what Iraq agreed to > > Iraq agreed to as the terms to end a war. > > > > > > > > ------------------------ Yahoo! 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