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    Al Franken asks some important..., 2005-05-19 11:01:12 | Main | nutters...., 2005-05-20 14:00:55

    the benevolent hand of pax america:

    "The Americans were bombing whole villages and saying they were only after the foreigners," said Fasal al Goud, a former governor of Anbar province who said he asked U.S. forces for help on behalf of the tribes. "An AK-47 can't distinguish between a terrorist and a tribesman, so how could a missile or tank?"

    Al Goud was the only tribal leader who spoke on the record. Two others reached by phone in western villages expressed similar views, but said they didn't want their names published because the foreign insurgents were still holding some of their tribesmen hostage.

    It's really something how we can crap all over every golden opportunity.


:: posted by buermann @ 2005-05-20 12:28:17 CST | link





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