Originally published in 2003:
The ongoing war in Iraq for the liberation of the Iraqis and implementation of a decade old DC based ideology called “The new American Century” continues. The desserts of Iraq are under control of Amero-British forces. Yet, Baghdad, which its five million plus population, is far from being controlled by the allied forces from the both sides of the Atlantic. The Amero-British forces are stuck at the out skirts of the largest city in the country. The war is just starting now. It is like no other war Americans forces have ever fought. Israelis and British are quite familiar with this kind of war. Ask British who got kicked out of Palestinian territories in 1948, as a result of Israeli terrorism, or better, ask Israelis who have been fiercely fighting Palestinian uprising for decades. Fifty plus deaths that American forces have suffered so far might be acceptable to public in the United States who so far unconditionally supported heir leader under the auspicious of “patriotism”. However, it is highly unlikely that an continuing invasion of Iraq will be welcome by American people if and when Iraq turns into an other and much larger West Bank and Gaza. To avoide that possibility, President Bush has much to count on the United Nations, an institution he and his extreme republican gang once bashed so harshly.
Moreover, the question of Baghdad remains wide open, until the every street and citizen of the secured. The chances are that Baghdad be secure for even a US soldier is as likely as for an Israeli soldier enjoys a sip of Turkish coffee in Gaza Strip.