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07/15/2003 Entry: "The Hidden Iman"

"Are the Shiites about to commit the mistake they made in 1920, when they excluded themselves from the government of the newly created state of Iraq? The question is not fanciful. At that time, Shiite religious and social leaders divided the community in two camps: one favouring negotiations with Britain, then the mandate power in Mesopotamia, and the other preaching a boycott of the 'crusading power.'"

*snip*

"The Iraqi Shiites found themselves in a strange situation. Their leaders told them that they owed no loyalty to the new state because the Hidden Imam did not create it. When the British set up the new Iraqi army, the Shiites again decided to stay away.
Amir Taheri: Time running out for Iraqi Shiites to join mainstream, Gulf News Online, July 9, 2003

And this is the majority the US occupation forces is going to win the hearts and minds of? Yeah, sure.

 

 

 

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