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Lamis Andoni

Doha, Qatar

Lamis Andoni is a Middle East consultant for Al Jazeera, the Qatar-based news station. She has been covering the Middle East for 20 years. She has reported for the Christian Science Monitor, the Financial Times and the main newspapers in Jordan. She was a professor at the Graduate School in UC Berkeley. Close.

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Destroying (Uh, Saving) Iraq Not Yet Done

Bush is right. The glass is not half empty. It is half full. But I do agree with Mr. President that the job is not yet done. Not enough Iraqis have been killed. The country is torn but not permanently broken. Sectarianism is confined to a conflict between Shias and Sunnis -- the Kurds, the Christians and Iraq's other minorities are not yet actively engaged in the blood bath. The plunder of Iraqi oil has yet to be completed.

Poor Bush. He is worried that his successor will not finish the grand mission of destroying humanity (sorry I meant saving humanity). A workman’s work is never done.

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