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WAR ON TERRORISM

THIS LOOSE CONJECTURE IS
UNLIKELY TO CUT MUCH ICE
WITH THE ARAB NATIONS

By Robert Fisk
The Independent (London)

October 5, 2001, Friday

Prepared by Paul Kosmidis, Teacher of Aivazoglou Language Centre

THE AMERICANS are finding it a hard sell in the Middle East, and the British Government's document "proving" Osama bin Laden's responsibility for the 11 September atrocities is unlikely to rally the Arab world to the West's "war on terrorism". Only nine of the 70 points in the document relate to the attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon, and these often rely on conjecture rather than evidence. Claiming that "an operation on the scale of the 11 September attacks would have been approved by Osama bin Laden himself" (point 63) is not going to cut much ice in Saudi Arabia or other Gulf states.........

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