Friday, October 3, 2003

Iraqi resistance to foreign occupation enjoys great popular support

iraq > occupation > assessment
Sami Ramadani, a political refugee from Saddam's regime, returns to the city of his childhood, to come face to face with the harsh realities of an occupied territory and to witness the popular resistance to the American invaders.
"The US authority's nonsense about a 'Sunni triangle' and 'Shi'ite Baghdad and south' is a smokescreen which has so far failed to divide the Iraqi people or drive them into internecine conflict. The only people who now believe that the US will back a democratic path in Iraq are the few who have still not fully grasped America's role in Iraq's modern history, the strategic significance of Iraq, or the nature of US foreign policy today. "

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