March 1, 2013

Iraq's Old Elites Fighting Old Wars

Amir Taheri, Asharq Al-Awsat

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Iraq's Arab Sunni community has genuine grievances and these must be addressed. The fact that the Ba'ath victimized other communities more than the Arab Sunnis does not justify oppressing them today.

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TAGGED: Nouri al-Maliki, Middle East, Iraq

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