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He did not want to lie, but suddenly the truth was uncomfortable. The heroine on the screen stood in front of the man, whose arms were still folded. Slowly he began to rip off the layers of lace and silk. Muffy Malone was now riding off into the sunset. She was alone, apart from the camel. I thought she would end up with Mr Turban. Nick said.

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History may judge that the postwar chaos was a wicked trap into which the U.S. tumbled. Incredible as it sounds,

Rumsfeld and the neocon geopoliticals may have been outgeneraled by Saddam Hussein, who putters in captivity eating cookies and composing poetry more florid than Rumsfeld’s telegrams. In an article last July for the International Herald Tribune called saddam’s people are winning the WAR, former weapons inspector Scott Ritter argues, “The Iraqi resistance is no emerging ‘marriage of convenience,’ but rather a product of years of planning. Rather than being absorbed by a larger Islamist movement, Saddam’s former lieutenants are calling the shots in Iraq, having co-opted the Islamic fundamentalists years ago, with or without their knowledge.” Whether or not Ritter’s contentions are correct, there’s no disputing that the insurgency has become a mutating virus. In a speech to the A.C.L.U. this July, reporter Seymour Hersh told the au-

dience that the Iraqi insurgency, which was operating l-to-3-man cells the year before, has expanded to 10-to-15-man cells about which, despite harsh interrogation, we know nothing “we have no tactical information.” What we do know, said Hersh, is that scattered resistance has swiftly matured into “full-scale, increasingly intense military activity.”

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