Arab League Secretary General Amr Mousa said Sunday he was concerned over U.S.-Iraqi plans to launch a massive military attack on the Iraqi city of Fallujah.
Concerned. As is Kofi Annan. It's even gratifying to hear the right phrases as well, "be patient in dealing with insurgents," and, "dialogue and agreement are essential for a secure Iraq."
He said he supported U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan's warning of the dangerous repercussions of using military force.
Last week, Annan sent messages to the leaders of Iraq, the United States and Britain warning a full-scale attack on Fallujah would threatened the security and stability of the entire Iraqi nation. He called for including Iraqi groups not represented in the interim Iraqi government in the political process as a solution to the crisis.
Mousa called on the Iraqi government to be patient in dealing with the situation in Fallujah, which is controlled by armed insurgents, saying "dialogue and agreement are essential for a secure Iraq." washingtontimes.com
We really dodged a bullet when the American people defeated the UN candidacy of John Kerry.