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Does The Scribe support a U.S. pre-emptive strike on Iraq?

As an American of paternal Iraqi Jewish descent, I do not. I fear that the current American administration is following a reckless course and threatening to destabilise the Middle East even further.
However, I am interested to know the position of the Scribe.
Thank you.
Michele Forman, a subscriber

We believe that the whole region of the Middle East needs re-organisation. Too much was given to the Arabs at the expense of all the other minorities including the Jews, the Kurds, the Turkomen, the Druze, the Maronite Christians, the Assyrians, etc. A complete re-organisation is long overdue.

President Bush is well aware of this situation and his invasion of Iraq is the first step to put the Middle East in order. Arab/Israeli conflict can only be solved after the pacification of Iraq.

History, since the time of Nebuchadnezzar, has demonstrated that there can be no peace for Israel unless Iraq is brought under control. What Bush is doing is to reinvent the old Ottoman Empire except that now it will be called the new American Empire.



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