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Ambassador Khalilzad’s Hope

Tuesday, February 28, 2006  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

In this morning’s Washington Post:

“I give credit to Iraqi leaders for rising to the occasion,” [U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Zalmay] Khalilzad said. “Going to the brink, of course, but more importantly, pulling back. I am gratified that the decisive crisis caused by the attacks did not lead to an all-out civil war. The Iraqi people, I hope, will learn from this to use this as an opportunity for a new nationalism.”

“Great crises such as this can fragment, polarize people or pull them together,” he said. “I hope in 10 years, in 15 years, in 20 years, people will look at this crisis as a turning point in getting Iraqis to come together againsta common enemy.”

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