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Reader comment on: The Global Economic Crisis & Iraq's Future

Submitted by BESTON BABAN (Iraq), Feb 7, 2012 04:49

IM BESTON BABAN:- SEE IRAK FIUTER LIKE LIBUNAN BEFOUR THAT IS VERY DANGER TO KURDISH IN RIGO BECAUSE IRAN IS A BIG DANGERS THINK IN MIDEL-EAST! , HOW WE SEE THAT?: IRAK IS A BIG COUNTRY TO SHEAAT IN ALL WORLD, THAT IS MEAN WE BECOME ON A WAAR TO POLITIC IRAKESS SUNNET AND KURDISH BECOME ON SAME MAGOLL(TATTER) WAS WHAT MAKED ON IRAK COMEBACK THAT., THAT IS DANGERS HISTORY TO IRAKESS PEOPLE BEFOUR., AND REALLY ISLAMIC DONT LIKE THAT IN DEPENT., HIER QURTIONS? WHAT MAKE KURDISH PEOPLE IN THAT SITUATION!: SAME BECOME LIKE SADDAM MAKED WITH KURDISH?: WHAT IS BECOME WITH KURDISH AND ARMANISH PEOPLE IN TURKAIE?: BECOME LIKE SAME BEFOURE MAKED TURKIE WITH ARMANISH PEOPLE BEFOURE., THAT WE WAITE IF NOT STOPPED SHEAAT IN IRAK., THAT MOST NOT BECOME.,All tray to not SHIAATA BECOME BIGGER= BUT MOST BECOME SMOLLER AND KURDISH AND SUNNIET AND KRSITTEN TAKE POLITEK FROM IRAK THAT IS THE BEST WAY.,


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⇒ irak fiuter [156 words]

BESTON BABAN 

Feb 7, 2012 04:49

good [5 words]

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Jan 21, 2011 14:03

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Jun 1, 2009 18:40

the competition is not only Europe and US [198 words]

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