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Bahrain: Missing Condolences

Arab states sent deep condolences and regret to the U.S. administration over the effect of Hurricane Katrina. moodz wonders why none of the Arab Leaders sent a cable of “deep condolences and regret” to Ibrahim AlJafaari (The Prime Minister of Iraq) over the dreadful incident of AlKhademia where the lives of more than 1,000 Iraqis were lost in a shocking accident, why would Spain and other countries send their condolences while the Arab/Muslim countries not say a word?!

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