Tuesday, April 26, 2005

A thank you letter to Tony Blair from the new President of Iraq. But then what does he know about it? Who cares what the Iraqis think?

President Jalal Talabani said people should no longer question why no weapons of mass destruction were found.

He added: “Saddam himself was, in the view of those who opposed him, Iraq’s most dangerous WMD.”

The president described the liberation of Iraq as one of the UK’s “finest hours” and hailed the PM as a “champion against tyranny”.

He paints a promising picture of a new Iraq without bombs, bullets or bloodshed.

But he warned it would take time and patience to create a fully united nation after 50 years of fighting.

Mr Talabani, a Kurd, shoots down the anti-war lobby, who still question the morality and legality of the allied invasion against Saddam.

He said Iraqis “wonder in amazement what the debate abroad is about.”


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