By Sami Moubayed
“Apart from the downfall of Saddam, not a single achievement in Iraq is noteworthy. The country today is a “democracy” in civil war – a democracy where human life is being wasted, along with the dreams and security of the Iraqi people. Inasmuch as free elections are a great asset of which all oppressed people dream, they mean nothing if security is lacking.”
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Thanks to Paul Amrod in Germany for suggesting this article.