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Originally posted by GloIbalDisorder
I love history.
Amuk feels him comments are superior.
He hadn't come into this thread but came in straight away with a quickline determined to cause conflict.
he then edits his post, to include posts from OTHER threads he feels will cause conflict.
if he has nothing too ADD to a post, and merely comes in to STIR emotions..
he's riding his high mod horse.
If someoen comes in to stir me up, he'lll ill come back to stir it up.
Why do people whinge and cry when a debate gets heated up.
I agree that administrations change, enemies becmoing friends and vice versa,
but Iran hasnt changed administrations.
Originally posted by Thomas Crowne
Hey, Amuk is from Arkansas. What makes you think he'd kick the dog?
Sorry, Amuk; I couldn't help it!
Originally posted by AceOfBase
AMMAN (IRNA) -- Iraqi Minister of Electricity Abd al-Muhsin Shalash said Iran allocated one billion dollars for reconstruction of the war-torn Iraq, which will be mainly spent on infrastructural projects, particularly, energy industry.
Talking to reporters, Shalash said Iran and Germany, during an international conference on Iraq reconstruction recently held in Brussels, expressed their will to participate in reconstruction of Iraq's electricity industry projects.
It's great that two countries who were at war with each other for so long have now patched things up. I hope they can build that relationship even further, in addition to rebuilding the infrastructure.
Originally posted by Rasputin13
Yeah! Hopefully now, Hezbollah will open offices in Baghdad! What a brilliant comment
Since you're an obviousl liberal I'll let it slide.
Originally posted by D
I wish people would stop throwing the conservative and liberal label around. There are more than 2 schools of politics and ideology. if you're ready to umbrella yourself or blanket someone else with these labels then this really goes to show your narrow minded views and your lack of ability to form your own personal opinions.
[edit on 28/7/05 by D]
Adding to the alarm of secularists, as well as Iraq's non-Muslim minorities, conservative Shia members on the drafting committee are pressing for the country to be renamed the ``Islamic Republic of Iraq''.
I suppose if Iran wants to give money to help their neighbours, they are perfectly entitled to do so.