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Sunday, July 17, 2005

Another Success

Bush's War on Terror rekindles an old flame...
Iran's President Mohammed Khatami has welcomed what he called a "turning point" in relations with Iraq.

He said the current visit by Iraq's transitional PM Ibrahim Jaafari would help patch the wounds inflicted by ex-Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein

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They are also expected to discuss security and the control of their long border.
A security agreement would involve Iran sharing intelligence with Iraq, Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari told the AFP news agency.

"One of the subcommissions we formed is on security co-operation between two sides. Its aim is really to establish a mechanism for intelligence sharing, to prevent infiltrations and to assist us in stabilising the situation," he said.

The two countries have vowed to fight what they called terrorism and the abuse of Islam to justify violence.
Is it even necessary, or simply gratuitous of me, to point out that these two nations are connected along the Axis of Terror, as delineated by the Asses of Terror. What we've achieved here is not only a badly botched job of Iraq, but we've driven the Iraqis into the arms of the next target on Bush's list. And damn, they've even formed an alliance which will include exchanging security information!

Way to go George. If I ever have an enemy, I'm gonna hire you to fight on his side.

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