Thursday, November 02, 2006

The violence in Iraq is an Iraqi problem

An interesting article by Daniel Pipes argues that just because
America invaded Iraq to protect its interests doesn't mean it is
obliged to rehabilitate it. He suggests redeploying the coalition
forces to the uninhabited areas, where they can protect the borders,
ensure no new dictators take over, etc, but leave the policing and the
ground-level security to the Iraqis. It's certainly time the Iraqis
took some responsibility for their own fate. Saddam is gone: there's
no excuse now for not taking action. Let's see some.

In Iraq, Stay the Course - but Change It


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