The Baghdad Perspective

While buying groceries the woman who sells the vegetables was talking to another about the approach of American armies to Najaf city and about what is happening at Um Qasar and Basra. If Um Qasar is so difficult to control what will happen when they get to Baghdad? It will turn uglier and this is very worrying. People (and I bet “allied forces�) were expecting things to be mush easier. There are no waving masses of people welcoming the Americans nor are they surrendering by the thousands. People are oing what all of us are, sitting in their homes hoping that a bomb doesn’t fall on them and keeping their doors shut.

Where is Raed? makes a very good read.

One reply on “The Baghdad Perspective”

  1. Reminds of the old Pete Seeger song, “Talking Ben-Tre Blues, where he wonders (rhetorically), what the villagers did after the US solders burned their homes: “Guess they sat around singing . . . The Star Spangled Banner.”

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