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January 30, 2005

Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution: Yes to Democracy, No to Terror and Despotism

Topics: Iraq Elections

From bloggers of "Friends of Democracy" in Iraq:

Hussein in Najaf quotes an official from the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution, an ardent supporter of freedom and opponent of terrorism and dictatorship.

Mr. Sadr Ad din al Qabanji...said, "The elections are the battle for freedom against despotism and independence against occupation," and on those viewing the Iraqi scene as being a secular-Islamic, Shiite-Sunni, Arab-Kurdish competition, well their reading is marginal and imprecise. As Al Qabaji says, "The real competition is that between peace and terrorism. All the Iraqis are in the peace and law trench. As for those on the opposing trench, they are followers of the former regime.

It seems that the nay-sayers have a whole field of crow to eat. Additonally, it looks as though much of the world, indeed all of us, have much to learn from Iraq, as well as about Iraq!

Posted by Hyscience at January 30, 2005 3:56 PM

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