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مع3ضدّ   Dozens of supporters gathered at the court in western Baghdad to praise Muntadhar al-Zeidi (who threw shoes at US President George Bush) and demand his release, n123
مع1ضدّ   Hätte Fischer und der Gasmann nicht nein gesagt wäre die Bundeswehr heute in Irak und würde abgeschlachtet!, SEPP
مع1ضدّ   Dieser Krieg geht um das Öl und nicht um Diktatoren oder das Volk!, SEPP
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A demonstration of success in Iraq


Preoccupied as it was poring through Tom Daschle's tax returns, Washington hardly noticed a near-miracle abroad. Iraq held provincial elections. There was no Election Day violence. Security was handled by Iraqi forces with little U.S. involvement. A fabulous bazaar of 14,400 candidates representing 400 parties participated, yielding results highly favorable to both Iraq and the United States.Iraq moved away from religious sectarianism toward more secular nationalism. "All the parties that had the words 'Islamic' or 'Arab' in their names lost," noted Middle East expert Amir Taheri. "By ...


Iraq elections are 'step forward' for Christians, says Archb


A leading Iraqi bishop has described the country’s provincial elections as “a step forward” for beleaguered Christians, despite a number of recent setbacks.Stressing how the vote on 31 January was largely trouble-free, Archbishop Louis Sako of Kirkuk said the elections, the biggest test for the new state of Iraq post Saddam, was an important landmark in the emergence of a democratic system.Speaking from Iraq in an interview with the Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need, Archbishop Sako said the priority for the new provincial governments should not only be security but ...


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