Why Arab nations oppose the war

September 13th, 2002 – 9:47 pm
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“Arab governments worry that this war, if it happens, will look like an Anglo-American effort to install a client regime in Baghdad – and that their own peoples will punish them for supporting it.”

A brief, but insightful, analysis of why (with the obvious exception of Israel) governments in the Middle East are opposed to Bush’s quest to take out Saddam Hussein, despite the fact that none of them actually like him.

Read the full story here.

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