A new voice – satire from Iraq

When satire raises its head in a culture, I know that no matter how bad things look, some interesting changes have occurred.

There is so much news from Iraq and so many opinions about Iraq that we should take every opportunity to hear from Iraqis themselves. It should be noted that they definitely do not all speak with one voice, so we need to listen to all of them and decide for ourselves.

In an essay titled, Five Gallons of Gasoline, Ali confronts his doubts about the liberation of Iraq.

What ever your feelings about the war in Iraq, you owe it to yourself to read this piece in IRAQ THE MODEL.

Thanks to Citizen Smash for the link.

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0 Responses to A new voice – satire from Iraq

  1. Beth W. says:

    I just read Five Gallons of Gasoline. Fantastic. Thanks for the link.

  2. oldcatman says:

    I write opinions about the war–I read George’s, Kerry’s
    and John Doe’s……….etc. (and the Girl in iraq)……views from the people in Iraq are startling! Nice information (I get you loud and clear now using SAFARI and not Explorer , same with the other
    Explorer blog I visit).

  3. Marie says:

    Thanks for the link…definitely a different perspective than I have previously read.

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