June 8th, 2011
09:59 AM ET

Yemen's weak ceasefire benefits al Qaeda

CNN's Nic Robertson reports al Qaeda will be the biggest winner the longer Yemeni President Saleh clings to power.

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  1. Besaran

    Bob, I think the bombing of the Osiraq nluaecr power station is a justifiable act.Saddam was a torturer and an interbal/external terrorist sponsored by the state. His state.I remain baffled why the left of the party wish to associate themselves with someone who was hanged for giving the order to gas his enemies.Hitler did a few things that were considered good. He built roads and cars that gave everyone a job. He built holiday homes for his people. He gave people hope in a Germany that was hopeless.He was a mass murderer of children.Saddam was the same. He had to be stopped by whichever and whatever means. The argument of WMD and nluaecr reactors is pretty much division 2 politics.The premier league demands responsibility. I'm personally quite at ease with myself at actions that led to Saddam and his power being removed.The left appear to be using that rule to justify their argument.I think the life support machine for that argument is best switched off.Gary

    June 29, 2012 at 5:47 am | Reply

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