Wednesday, January 12, 2005

The Iraqi Perspective on the "Resistance"

In the New York Times, David Brooks gives us the Iraqi perspective on what French leaders, intellectuals, pundits, journalists, and citizens alike call the "Iraqi resistance" (as well as on he whom they dismiss as the Americans' puppet):
The newspaper Sabah recently published a poll of 4,974 Iraqis living in and around Baghdad. Nearly 88 percent support military action against the terrorists. A survey by the Iraq Center for Research and Strategic Studies suggests that the insurgents' archfoe, the prime minister Ayad Allawi, is the most popular prospective leader in the land.

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