Thursday, May 19, 2005

One Genocidal Nation, With an Intolerant Message

"The people of Iraq have managed to bring down most of Saddam's portraits and the racist, chauvinistic and vulgar slogans from the surfaces of the land of the two rivers. In Syria, though, the portraits of Hafiz al-Assad, his late son, Basil and the current dictator Dr. Bashar criss-cross the ancient city of Damascus. The slogans, "The Ba'ath is Our Path and al-Assad is Our Leader," or "One Arab Nation With an Eternal Message" among others, like the verses of the Quran are displayed on the entrances of cities, small towns, villages, checkpoints and buildings."
Dear Baghdad


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