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Iraq criticises Japan


Unswerving cyclist
14 Mar 2002
Iraq criticises Japanese support for Washington

Iraqi Vice President Taha Yassin Ramadan has criticised what he called Japan's bias in favour of the United States, saying Tokyo's attitude showed unjustified prejudice towards the Iraqi people. "The only justification for the hostile attitude towards Iraq by the Japanese government is its bias and submission to the evil policies of the United States and its aggressive plans," Ramadan said yesterday at a meeting with Nobuhiko Sato, a member of Japan's opposition Democratic Party.

=> http://www.deepikaglobal.com/latestnews.asp?ncode=5963

"Submission to the evil policies of the U.S."... lol.

Iraq calls Japan most hostile after U.S., Britain

=> http://www.japantoday.com/e/?content=news&cat=1&id=244227
..... :eek:

Iraqi government is smoking crack, too....but I guess they can't say anything bad against their leader, for fear of reprisals.....but that's the way with dictatorships...

too bad the US government supported him early on.....another mistake chocked up to poor foresight....
Yep, another example would be Osama and the mujahedin in general. Sometimes playing chess backfires.
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