No, Thank You! America, Go Home!

Written by Nevine A. Al Seidi

No, Thank You! America, Go Home! Nevine A. Al Seidi America waged war on Afganistan forrepparttar head of one man, Osama Bin Laden and his radical group, Al Qaeda ( Arabic forrepparttar 126034 base). To date, Mr. Bin Laden is alive somewhere onrepparttar 126035 planet, Islam is stillrepparttar 126036 No. One enemy torepparttar 126037 American policy inrepparttar 126038 Middle East, andrepparttar 126039 ‘bases' are dozens upon dozens worldwide. What America accomplished wasrepparttar 126040 destruction ofrepparttar 126041 country, wasting American money and life in a Don Quixotic coup of false patriotism. We do not even know for sure that Osama Bin Laden wasrepparttar 126042 man behind all this, despite allrepparttar 126043 simplistic claims and video tapes. Iraq,repparttar 126044 only Arab ‘ secular' regime is facing an unheard-of atrocious hostility from ‘conspiracy' forces supportingrepparttar 126045 US that is devoting 75 billion American dollars, forrepparttar 126046 head of Mr. Saddam Hussein. In what way is Iraq threateningrepparttar 126047 US? And what hasrepparttar 126048 US got to do with a so-called dictator of a foreign country? What is America "freeing' Iraq from? All Iraqis, opposition included, andrepparttar 126049 whole Arab world takes American war on Iraq as an imperialistic adventure that is shockingly unethical bordering onrepparttar 126050 farcical. And when America is claiming to protectrepparttar 126051 neighbours of Iraq from its potential evil,repparttar 126052 ‘neighbours', namely Iran and Kuwait are feverishly opposing war on Iraq.

In my opinion,repparttar 126053 greatest mistake ofrepparttar 126054 American mindset these days is not much its lack of ethicality as its ridiculous ignorance of others' mindset. How much does America know about Iraqi culture and ideology to decide on this wacko adventure? As an Egyptian citizen, I can assure you thatrepparttar 126055 same attack on a country like Egypt would have ended by now withrepparttar 126056 American flag on Cheops Pyramid. But not Iraq! All Iraqis are Saddams; trust me on this one! Saddam's problem with his own people started by him declaring Iraq a ‘secular' country, something no other Arab leader dares do. Most Arab leaders are dictators. Why is America not bothered with them?

True or False? A Crash- appraisal of the American logic in the War on Iraq

Written by Nevine Al Seidi

Before I start delivering my views to you onrepparttar subject ofrepparttar 126033 war in Iraq, I would like to confirm thatrepparttar 126034 word "American" is used here inrepparttar 126035 sense ofrepparttar 126036 American administration and policy, not inrepparttar 126037 sense ofrepparttar 126038 nation and its people.

Many complicated arguments took place recently discussingrepparttar 126039 legitimacy of waging war byrepparttar 126040 "Land of Freedom" onrepparttar 126041 "Land of Abraham". Many innocent citizens ofrepparttar 126042 world seem to buy into obvious fallacies. Please allow me to (storm-brain) you forrepparttar 126043 reality of this war with very basic True or False questions.

The reason for America crossing a few continents and seas with its super impressive missiles to seize a foreign country and change its government is an act of kindness meant to freerepparttar 126044 Iraqi people from their dictator ruler. What do you think? To help you marking this as "True" or False", I will ask you a few questions here. Who hasrepparttar 126045 right to label a ruler a dictator, a foreign ruler or his own people? Has any one authority a right to displace a ruler of a foreign country even by asking him ( verbally) to leave his home in 48 hours? Can a war costing trillions of dollars and hundreds of American and British lives be a justified price forrepparttar 126046 head of any "foreign" ruler?

Another reason for bombing a country three continents away is to rid its neighbours from its malicious threat using "total-destruction" weapons "in case" that country decides to go to war. That ethicality might be anything but "foreign" torepparttar 126047 American mind. Yet, it can only be a valid argument if America is planning to "become" a neighbour. Don't you think? And perhaps, America is more qualified to knowrepparttar 126048 interest ofrepparttar 126049 neighbours more than they themselves do. Right? Did I forget to ask whether Israel is probably a neighbour? Withrepparttar 126050 same "total-destruction" weapons? But Israel has a sole right to own certain missiles it might need to defend itself with in caserepparttar 126051 terrorists-nationals ask for their land back. Almost forgot!

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