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Re: [casi] Other Arab States


Thank you for responding to my post.

The world responded rather harshly to the US' plans from the getgo. But nevertheless, no one did 
enough to stop this, nor will they when it actually follows through.

If the world turns a blind eye to what is going on right now.. what will happen when the US begins 
invading the other Arab nations? Will anyone finally put a stop to this I wonder..

~ Anai Rhoads

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Hi Anai,

I would think Tariq Aziz is quite right. There is as much justification for
attacking other Arab States as there is for attacking Iraq-

Saudia Arabia and Libya for oil(Kuwait, Bahrein, UAE etc)
Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iran(OK!!), Libya for terrorism
Jordan and Egypt to control Street uprising and to merge with Iraq and to
incorporate Palestinians etc

The problem is that an attack on Iraq gives US free hand to do anything it
wants and it creates unbelievable chaos. It is only if you think an attack on
Iraq could be uniquely justified that you would believe the other ME
countries were safe.


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