In the reading of the post-2003 in the Iraqi scene saw the newspaper, "the statement" the UAE in an editorial that the Iraqis have paid a high price does not match the gains they acquired, leaving the Americans as they leave the government suffers the differences and divisions, despite the passage of more than a year of parliamentary elections. And whether a U.S. withdrawal or not, and extended it for an additional period, the security of Iraq should be an Iraqi in the first place, so the Iraqis can look forward to restore their country and their economy. On the other hand, building on the idea that the United States fought a war for deployment democracy in Iraq, draws Oraib Rantawi the columnist at the "Constitution" of Jordan to the Middle East and the Arab region here is simply turn towards democracy, without interference from Washington or attribution, is that Iraq range between dictatorship of the "Baath" and dictatorship "Mojttheh" of the parties religious ruling and controlling. The writer adds that the Arab people made their own models of democracy, stands the new Iraq in the front line forces and States against the "Arab Spring", here are the reformers, Iraqis and young people change and Sabaya reform in Iraq, are prosecuted by the "apostles of the new democracy," in reference of the writer to the new political leaders in Iraq. in the context of the last dealt with the newspaper "An-Nahar," the Lebanese file the Iraqi Jewish Archive, which was taken during the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003 to the United States. The paper, quoting news agencies that this raises Archive tug ropes between Washington and Baghdad, the Iraqi claim restore it against the delay in the U.S. return. The story says that the Archive is evidence of a once vibrant community life in Baghdad, there are allegations that the Jews are pushing to prevent the return. And likely (according to the newspaper) that does not have the Jewish Archive, in the case sent back to Iraq, accessible to scholars, especially Israeli Jews due to the absence of diplomatic relations with Iraq. At a time, Iraqi officials vowed to rehabilitate the Archive and save it digitally to be available outside Iraq as well.
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