Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon met with US congressmen yesterday to discuss which countries America should invade next.
Israel instructs America to attack Iran and Syria
Apparently still unaware that Iraq disarmed after the 1991 Gulf War under diplomatic pressure from the UN, Sharon stated that "Iran, Libya and Syria should be stripped of weapons of mass destruction after Iraq."
He described the situation in Iraq since the war as "successful". In reality, post-war Iraq is in a state of crisis, facing a multitude of disastrous problems that grow worse with each passing day. The country is in ruins, and the fighting never stops. So far today, ten hostages have been taken, and a series of explosions has killed dozens of children and over a hundred other civillians.
The Israeli regime also asked America to disarm Libya. Yet the US and UK claim that Libya has disarmed. Bush and Blair have both praised the Libyan dictator, and diplomatic relations between Libya and the US were resumed a few weeks ago. Sharon must know that it was all a pack of lies designed to make the politicians look less like hypocrites when the huge oil contracts were signed a few days later.
It is generous of Sharon to help America decide who to attack next. But does he truly not know what is going on in the Middle East? Or does he just assume that nobody else does?
Unfortunately, many people base their own opinions on what they hear the politicians say on TV.
Haaretz, "Sharon says U.S. should also disarm Iran, Libya and Syria", 30 September 2004.
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said yesterday that Iran, Libya and Syria should be stripped of weapons of mass destruction after Iraq. "These are irresponsible states, which must be disarmed of weapons mass destruction, and a successful American move in Iraq as a model will make that easier to achieve," Sharon said to a visiting delegation of American congressmen.
BBC News, "Blair insists Iraq war justified", 29 September 2004.
Tony Blair has insisted the Iraq war was justified despite his acceptance that no weapons of mass destruction were present.
BBC News, "Children massacred in Iraq bombs", 30 September 2004.
Dozens of children have been killed in co-ordinated bomb blasts in Baghdad.
Officials said at least 34 children were among 41 or more people killed when bombs were detonated near a water treatment plant as US troops passed by.
At least 130 more were injured, many from the crowds gathered to watch an opening ceremony at the plant.
BBC News, "'Ten hostages captured' in Iraq", 30 September 2004.
A militant group is claiming to have seized 10 new hostages in Iraq, according to footage shown on the Arabic television channel al-Jazeera.
BBC News, "Reports 'predicted Iraq violence'", 29 September 2004.
US intelligence reports written before the Iraq war warned President George Bush that an invasion could lead to an insurgency, the New York Times reports.
The reports also predicted the war would increase sympathy in the Islamic world for some terrorist objectives, officials who saw the reports say.
The classified reports were written in early 2003 by the National Intelligence Council, which advises the CIA.
BBC News, "Blair hails new Libyan relations" , 25 March 2004.
Tony Blair says Libya's Muammar Gaddafi is willing to join Britain in the fight against terrorism.
After shaking hands with Colonel Gaddafi at the start of the historic talks, the prime minister said there was real hope for a "new relationship".
People should not forget the past, they should move beyond it, Mr Blair said.
BBC News, "Libya outlines oil contract plans", 6 September 2004.
The country, which has recently mended international ties and has significant untapped oil reserves, is offering exploration rights on 15 sites.
Press reports estimate that as many as 20 international firms, including some from the US, took part in the meeting.
CBS News, "U.S. Eases Libya Sanctions", 23 April 2004.
(AP) President George W. Bush on Friday cleared the way for American companies to do business in Libya, easing nearly two decades of economic sanctions as a reward to Moammar Gadhafi for giving up weapons of mass destruction.
It also will permit American oil companies to resume commercial activities in Libya. Marathon, ConocoPhillips, Amerada Hess and Occidental all have assets in Libya but have been barred by the U.S. government from operating there since 1986.
"The Insider" mailing list article, 30 September 2004.
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