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Friday, July 29, 2005

Americans Losing in Iraq and Lebanon is on Brink of Civil War

By George Galloway

07/29/05 "Al Bawaba" -- -- British MP (member of parliament) George Galloway told Al Bawaba on Wednesday that the Americans are losing the war in Iraq as he also warned that the forerunners of a civil war are peeking in on Lebanon.

He also called on the Lebanese opposition not to transform Lebanon into “a knife in Syria’s back". Galloway also criticized British Premier Tony Blair vehemently for denying the connection between his country’s participation in the invasion of Iraq and the London explosions.

Galloway, who arrived in Amman on a leg of his Middle East tour, said “the Americans are losing the war,” pointing out that the losses they incurred in Iraq since the invasion in April 2003 are approaching the size of their losses during the same period of time during the Vietnam war.

Galloway said that the American army’s announcement yesterday of the death of four of their soldiers in an explosion west of Baghdad brought the total number of deaths to nearly two thousand. Additionally, about ten times that number has been wounded - 10 percent of whom are permanently amputated and/or disabled.

Galloway, who heads the British opposition party “Respect”, said it was unlikely that the US-led foreign forces would withdraw from Iraq in 2005, as indicated by information that purportedly leaked from the British and US Ministries of Defense.

Galloway said he did not believe they would withdraw in 2006, and that the aim of this "misinformation" is somewhat of an enduring practice aimed at procrastination and diverting the attention from the demands for withdrawal.

"The United States ties its withdrawal from Iraq to the building an Iraqi armed forces capable of maintaining their own security in the country."

This, Galloway believes, is unachievable and, accordingly, "the foreign forces will not leave in the coming years."

The British MP who is known for his fierce opposition to the war, expected further deterioration in the security situation in Iraq in the absence of a definite timetable for the withdrawal of foreign forces that is being demanded by the resistance.

“I believe that the resistance will grow stronger and stronger, and the occupiers will pay dearly”, he said referring to foreign forces in Iraq. He added that the situation in Iraq is extremely dangerous. “No one can predict if the occupiers will leave on their own accord, or if the resistance has come closer to achieving its goal (of driving the occupying forces out).”

Iraqi invasion and the London explosions

Galloway blasted the British Prime Minister for denying the connection between his country’s invasion of Iraq and the London Underground explosions on 7 July that killed 56 people.

According to Galloway, the result of a poll published by the Times on Wednesday showed that 65% of Britons believe there is a connection between their country’s participation in the invasion of Iraq and the explosions…but Blair has emphatically denied such a relation.

In a press conference on Tuesday, Blair renewed his condemnation of any explosions in Palestine, Iraq, London, Egypt, Turkey or the United States. However, Galloway derided Blair’s insistence that such a relationship existed, and said “even the blind could see the connection.”

“Even the ordinary person on the street can see the absurdity in saying that there is no connection between the Muslim’s anger and the explosions in London’s underground and buses following the UK’s participation in two wars against two Muslim countries in which more than 50,000 people were killed…this is unreasonable”. “The two occupations (of Iraq and Afghanistan) must end. If you want to continue with it, you must admit the relation between the two events,” he added.

Galloway also strongly condemned the explosions which he considered “unjustifiable”. He described what took place in London as mass murder of innocent civilians. “It is a crime in any language, in any religion”. Not withstanding the London explosions, public polls indicate that Blair’s popularity has risen.

Galloway said that “Blair wants to make a new 9/11 and we want to make another Madrid out of the London explosions, but both have not happened yet.” Galloway has also expressed his outrage and disgust at the strict terror laws Britain is trying to advance. These new laws, in addition to wider privileges in surveillance and investigation of those suspected of having links with terrorists, are expected to punish those that incite terrorism and/or prepare and train terrorists. They also give the British government more flexibility towards deportation and the refusal of entry of those suspected of either being terrorists or having links to those suspected of it.

Galloway described these proposals as very dangerous and a slap in the face of free speech. "This law means that, let us say, I said something having to do with supporting resistance in Iraq and Palestine, and what I said moved you to convince another person to carry out a terrorist act, I become subject to trial,” he explained. “I could be on trial every day once these new proposals become law,” he joked.

On the issue of the Muslim community in England, he admits that “Muslims there are very concerned, and they have the right to be, especially since they believe that these laws are targeting them in view of the fact that the perpetrators came from the Muslim community in this country.”

Lebanon is a knife in Syria’s back

On the issue of Lebanon, Galloway, who visited that country priorto his stop in Amman and is scheduled to visit Syria on Thursday, warned that a civil war is on the brink in Lebanon. He also called upon the Lebanese opposition not to transform Lebanon into a “knife in Syria’s back”.

During his visit to Lebanon, he felt that the elements of the Lebanese civil war, which ended in 1989, are now back and Lebanon has become a dangerous place now, alluding to Michel Aoun’s return and Samir Ja’ja’s release from jail, both of whom are primary architects in the 15-year civil war.

Lebanon is currently witnessing an ‘atmosphere of war’ following the February 14 assasination of Prime Minister Rafic Hariri in a powerful explosion that rocked downtown Beirut and the subsequent explosions targeting key Lebanese political figures.

Hariri’s assassination triggered a wave of demonstrations by the opposition and the general public in a first of its kind display of Arab ‘street-power’ that led to Arab and international pressure that culminated in Lebanon’s emancipation from Syria.

Galloway called upon the Lebanese opposition “not to allow Lebanon to turn into the knife in Syria’s back and to better understand America’s intentions.

“America wants to use Lebanon to add more pressure on Syria and to push it to collapse because of its persistent support of Hezbollah, the Palestinian resistance, its rejection of the foreign occupation of Iraq and its unwillingness to be more vigilant with its Iraqi borders.”

He also added that the American Administration, in collaboration with its European allies, have purposely rekindled the Kurds’ demand for separation from Syria, escalating the pressure on that country. But Galloway said it was improbable that the US would risk invading Syria or undertaking a military operation in Southern Lebanon that would force Hezbollah to disarm, as it does not want a repeat of the bloody impasse its forces are currently facing in Iraq.

Playing with fire

The British MP is also warning the Arabs of what is being contrived against them, especially by the neoconservatives in the American Administration. He believes that the old Sykes–Picot agreement has become ineffective and one should expect a new same-style carve-up of the region. He expects geographical changes in Lebanon, Iraq and Saudi Arabia.

The Sykes-Picot agreement was a secret agreement between the French and British colonial powers during the earlier part of the 20th century that would effectively shape the borders and countries of the present Middle East and ensure a viable Jewish state in what was Palestine.

He said that the new Zionist-Christian Conservatives in the US administration have an interest in keeping things unstable as it weakens the regional governments and diverts attention from US and Israeli interests in the Middle East. Commenting on the open dialogues between US administration officials and the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria and Egypt, he said “they are playing with fire.”

“By trying to bring these groups to terms and allying with them, America thinks it is holding the tiger by the tail, but you cannot do that to a tiger because it is a tiger”. “The Americans have not learned a lesson from Al-Qaidah…when they discovered that the formations that they thought they had created in Afghanistan bit them hard. They continue to make the same mistake.”

In the 1980s, the CIA helped train Afghanis and Muslims under the umbrella of Al-Qaida in their fight against the Russian occupation of Afghanistan. Following the withdrawal of the Russian troops from Afghanistan, Al-Qaida took on the task of ridding Saudi Arabia and the Middle East of US military presence. It is also being held responsible for the 9/11 attacks in New York.

“You want to solve the problems of the Middle East in one easy step, create a viable Palestinian state…dancing around the issue is of no help to anyone,” he concluded.

© 2005 Al Bawaba (www.albawaba.com)


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10:18 AM  
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I have been on-line searching for hours for information regarding cord blood storing and stumbled across your blog during my journey :-) R7 your blog is really amazing! Keep up the great work. Obviously my search on cord blood storing was way off when compared to Americans Losing in Iraq and Lebanon is on Brink of Civil War and find it funny how it landed me here. The internet is a funny thing. Anyways, great job on your blogging and keep up the good work! I been searching for cord blood storing for over 2 hours and needed a break from it. I started reading your blog and really started getting into it.
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10:31 AM  
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Hey this blog is not about cord blood stem cell banks. Silly internet bringing me here :-) Funny I have been doing hours of research on cord blood stem cell banks and it brought me to your blog on Americans Losing in Iraq and Lebanon is on Brink of Civil War. The web plays funny games sometimes. Anyways, I was reading your blog R7 and I think it is really cool. Keep up the great work.
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10:43 AM  
Anonymous cord blood storing said...

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If you do not mind I will snag your blog and put it in my favorites. I read a ton of stuff on here that interested me. Keep blogging away :-)

6:29 PM  
Anonymous collection of umbilical cord blood said...

I love your blog R7. How long has it been on-line? Reason I ask is I am doing a ton of work in the area of stem cell from umbilical cord blood and will probably end up starting a blog of my own. Funny how the internet brought me here when I was doing searches on stem cell from umbilical cord blood . Oh well, I am glad it did. Keep up the great blogging and I am sure I will visit Americans Losing in Iraq and Lebanon is on Brink of Civil War again!!

8:54 AM  
Anonymous collection of umbilical cord blood said...

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