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[casi] Iraq invitations

Dear friends,

In February, the Iraqi government issued an invitation to Tony Blair to take
an inspection tem of his choice and journalists of his choice to Iraq to
inspect locations of his choice, without prior notice. He ignored the

Now they have issued an invitation to Hans Blix (head of son of UNSCOM) and
Downing Street has dismissed it as games. Surely both were/are worth a try -
amazing what understanding can be reached with will and dialogue - beats
destroyed lives, homes, the almost certain unimaginable conflagration
throughout the region and a possible use of nuclear weapons.

This is not be be naiive about anything, but talk loses nothing and is
surely worth a try.

Should anyone feel inclined to make their thoughts felt to the Foreign
Secretary, Jack Straw, his email is :

best, f.

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