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Furthermore, we should add to it the misuse of the “Fight Against Terrorist” by Rumsfeld and CIA. These two failed satisfying the people of Iraq and the US on fighting terrorism
In a recent article “Fascists and Dictators: Merchants of Attractive Words” in “Iraq Al-Ghad” newspaper, Dr. Latif Al-Vakil, professor of Political Sciences at the University of Berlin, has discussed the use of attractive popular words and phrases by current dictators and Fascists. In a part of his article, Dr. Al-Vakil says: “Playing with interesting words and phrases like ‘Nationalism’, and ‘Tribalism’ needs a fascist ideology, unlike the Dictatorship which only uses the tools and means of fascist attacks without considering its ideology. Since the strategy of dictator is only focused on the way of staying in power, even if it’s at the price of losing the nation, religion and ethnicity. Fascist method is not specific of mercenaries, but the masters of mercenaries also employ it; for instance, Americans sided with Saddam Hussein in 1991, in suppressing the revolutionaries who were fighting the fascist regime. Furthermore, we should add to it the misuse of the “Fight Against Terrorist” by Rumsfeld and CIA. These two failed satisfying the people of Iraq and the US on fighting terrorism. Their policy is along with their insistence on the survival of Baathist criminals in power in Iraq and their support of terrorist groups in Iraq, on top of which is the terrorist organization of Mojahedin-e Khalq. Here, their claims on fighting terrorism are in contradiction with their moves and actions.

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