Sunday, February 13, 2005

Nobody's Fault but the Sunni Muslims'

The Sunnis are bitter, yet they had a chance to participate in the elections. They largely boycotted the vote & may have a minor role in the government.

Whose fault was that?
Their own.
The Los Angeles Times For the first time in modern Iraq's history, Sunnis, who largely boycotted the vote, are expected to have a minority role in the government. Embittered and threatened, Sunni groups are divided over whether to fight the Shiite ascendancy or participate in the drafting of a new constitution for the country, an exercise that will follow the selection of a president and prime minister.

Attacks Kill 24 at Shiite Sites - By John Daniszewski and T. Christian Miller, Times Staff Writers, February 12, 2005

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