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    ill wait for more information but this stuff sounds disasterous for any kind of stability in Iraq, the police force in its second largest city removed for fear of corrupt and brutal (sadam like) activities. shocking....

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    Not really shocking ..... If you believe anything they keep telling us in the US about how corrupt the Police Forces are in Iraq.

    With that... F'em.. I'm sure the troopers had the go order from someone that thought it might have needed to be done.... with that, they did their job.

    I agree, "on a larger scale" it's not good for "stability"

    But then again .......

    These 2 things jump out as just as concerning, if not more:

    1.TCV News
    Iran Dismisses UN Sanctions
    December 25, 2006 08:48 AM EST

    By Sher Zieve – Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad dismissed watered-down UN sanctions against Iran, on Sunday. Ahmadinejad, reported to be angered by the UN resolution calling for sanctions if Iran does not stop its programs leading to nuclear weapons’ development, said that Iran will step up its nuclear uranium enrichment programs.

    Ahmadinejad said to the nations voting for sanctions against Iran: "You will soon regret this superficial action!" Of the UN resolution, he added: "It is a piece of torn paper, by which they aim to scare Iranians. It is in the Westerners' interest to live with a nuclear Iran.

    "Beginning Sunday morning, we will begin activities at Natanz and we will drive with full speed. This will be our immediate response to the resolution.”

    Natanz is the site of Iran’s major nuclear complex, where 3,000 centrifuges were recently installed.

    2. Egypt upset over Iranian leader’s nuclear claim
    Cairo disputes Ahmadinejad’s claim that ‘Iran is a nuclear country’
    Updated: 7:41 p.m. ET Dec 25, 2006




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