Tarikh al-thilm fi asr al-inthama al-watania.
Taschenbuch, 326 Seiten
Geschichte der Ungerechtigkeit in der arabischen Welt.- What are the chances of the Arab Nation wrestling control of its destiny from the three main powers locking horns in the region to usurp the wealth and future of the Arab World: The Arab dictatorial regimes, Bush's America and the militants - ?. - Never been greater in the past 100 years, - A. S. Bishtawi, author of History of Injustice in the Arab world, said in answer to journalists during the launch of his new book at the Sharjah International Book fair. - Through his totally unexpected moral, political and military failure in Iraq, US President George W. Bush did not just fail to uphold the high moral standards of the founding fathers of the United States of America but also all Arab dictatorial rulers who betted on a quick victory and provided him with all the support they could muster despite the opposition of the populace to the invasion and occupation of Iraq -, he said. - Instead of forcing Iraqis to give him a free hand in molding Iraq as the hearts of the Likud and the Neo-Cons desired, his endless misjudgments and considerable losses suffered in that Arab country in the past 20 months freed Iraqis of their fear of the might of the US -, Bishtawi said. - Soon afterwards other Arabs were liberated by the Iraqis of their fear of the US and subsequently of their fear of Arab dictators who have been tormenting them for the last 60 years with considerable help and support from the West, particularly the US. - - These dictators are the Berlin Wall of the Arab World -, Bishtawi said. - And like the German wall, they will come crashing down because the pillars of US foreign policy that provided them with support since the mid-1950s came crashing down in Iraq.