The Arab League

Amir Taheri, writing in the New York Post, outlines the complexities faced by Iraq in dealing with its supposed bretheren in the Arab League. While the ins—and—outs of the meaneuvers are quite significant, the ultimate conclusion is inescapable: this collection of tyrants has no interest at all in seeing democracy succeed in Iraq.

Hat tip: Ed Lasky

Thomas Lifson   12 02 05

Amir Taheri, writing in the New York Post, outlines the complexities faced by Iraq in dealing with its supposed bretheren in the Arab League. While the ins—and—outs of the meaneuvers are quite significant, the ultimate conclusion is inescapable: this collection of tyrants has no interest at all in seeing democracy succeed in Iraq.

Hat tip: Ed Lasky

Thomas Lifson   12 02 05