posted on Sep, 28 2006 @ 09:35 AM
A poll conducted by University of Maryland's Program on International Policy Attitudes found that 6 out of 10 Iraqis are now backing the attacks on
U.S Troops and U.S led forces while still holding negative views of Osama Bin Laden. A slightly higher number want the troops out of Iraq within a
year. Ateast 4 out of 5 Iraqis believe that U.S led forces are provoking more violence than they are stemming it.
WASHINGTON - About six in 10 Iraqis say they approve of attacks on U.S.-led forces, and slightly more than that want their government to ask U.S.
troops to leave within a year, according to a poll in that country.
About 61 percent approved of the attacks — up from 47 percent in January. A solid majority of Shiite and Sunni Arabs approved of the attacks,
according to the poll. The increase came mostly among Shiite Iraqis
An overwhelmingly negative opinion of terror chief bin Laden and more than half, 57 percent, disapproving of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
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Well there it is... When the people youre supposedly helping want you out, what more is there to say?
It seems like the best course of action would be to pack it up and leave while they're still welcome, It doesnt seem wise to prolong things any
longer and move this into an all out war with Iraqi military forces again.
[edit on 28-9-2006 by Ox]
[edit on 2006-9-28 by wecomeinpeace]