June 28, 2004

Words of Gratitude From Iraqis
— Ace

Michele has a very heartening round-up.

This opening from Aala is pretty nice:

Hail our true friends, the Great People of the United States of America; The Freedom giving Republic, the nation of Liberators. Never has the world known such a nation, willing to spill the blood of her children and spend the treasure of her land even for the sake of the freedom and well being of erstwhile enemies. The tree of friendship is going to grow and grow and bear fruit as sure as day follows night. And the people deep down at the bottom of their hearts, they appreciate.

Posted by: Ace at 01:09 PM | Comments (7)
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1 At least someone appreciates us. Left to the media, and their coverage of the 'arab street', you'd think every last Iraqi hated us with a bloody passion.

Posted by: Dianna at June 28, 2004 04:01 PM (JmCN0)

2 The media (and consequently, the American public) don't understand Iraq or Iraqis. The standard image of Iraqis is that they are mindless backward Muslim nuts. This is mostly false. Iraq is one of the more modern countries in the Mideast and has a highly educated population. They know what freedom is about and they know what servitude is about. They have chosen freedom. A few cranks with heavy support from foreign powers have come along to make their lives more difficult but the majority are on our side.

Perhaps most Americans don't realize how similar the situation in Iraq is to the situation during and after the American Revolution. We were a *lot* like Iraq is now. But we came through it successfully. If political correctness and the international community don't completely obstruct the good folks in Iraq, they will too.

Those of you who are religious should consider praying that their dreams would come true.

Posted by: Smack at June 28, 2004 05:46 PM (CBDWx)

3 It occurs to me as I read these words, that I've been waiting to hear them for a very long time.

Let's keep at it.

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