Seymour M. Hersh


    The New Yorker: PRINTABLES

    ..."One solution, obviously, it seems to me, is to do exactly what's happening. The two countries that seem to have some standing with the insurgency, Syria and Iran, maybe can do something because they have one thing in common with a lot of the people of Iraq; they're standing up to America. And it is going to be very hard for us to accept the notion that we can't broker anything. Which, I think is much more likely than not. I think it's gonna have to come from the other side, that is from the Iranian and Syrian side. Why should they want to see, a Somalia on their borders? They don't. And so that's to me, the most important story of the day." ...


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