Noi lo s tai Iraq cham dt

khi cac binh s Hoa Ky a bat c

nha oc tai Saddam Hussein

 

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Noi lo s tai Iraq cham dt khi cac binh s Hoa Ky a bat c nha oc tai Saddam Hussein.

Iraq (Baghdad) (Zenit 15/12/2003) -Ngi dan Iraq ngac nhien va trut bo c noi lo s khi c tin cac binh s Hoa Ky a bat c nha oc tai Saddam Hussein.

Tren ay la cam ngh cua hai v giam muc thuoc Giao hoi Cong giao Chale cua Iraq. c Cha Rabban Al-Qas, Giam Muc giao phan Amadiyah a noi vi hang tin A Chau, tru s tai Y, nh sau: Cuoi cung, noi lo s c trut bo, nhng ganh nang chung toi mang tren ngi, khong con na nhng chet choc va sat hai, khong con lo lang nhng mat tham lam viec cho Saddam Hussein, hay s tr lai cua nha oc tai nay. au con ran a b ap nat va che o Saddam a thc s cao chung. oi vi chung toi tai Iraq, cong cuoc phuc hoi ang thc s khi au. Di che o oc tai trc kia, giao hoi va ngi dan ong chu kho. Tat ca chung toi eu b bach hai: ngi kito, hoi giao Shiite, ngi A Rap, ngi Kurd va Syro-Chale. Tat ca eu chu nhieu au kho. Gi ay, tat ca eu hy vong co mot tng lai chac chan va on nh hn. La mot Giam Muc, toi xin noi la ong Saddam Hussein phai c a ra xet x trc cong ly, nhng cung khong nen quen rang ong ta con co nhan pham phai c ton trong. ieu can thiet la ong phai xng thu nhng toi ac cua ong, hang trieu ngi b ong sat hai hay ra lenh thu tieu. S tha th kito giao cung bao gom viec xng thu nhng loi lam

Ve phan mnh, c Cha Shlemon Warduni, Giam Muc phu ta Baghdad a noi vi ai phat thanh Vatican rang viec ong Saddam b bat gi a lam cho nhieu ngi ngac nhien, nhng ay la mot tin mng cho moi ngi... Nhieu ngi dan Iraq tin la nhng hoat ong khung bo gan ay la do Saddam Hussein chu mu. Tuy nhien, khung bo en t nhieu nguon khac nhau v vay can phai co s hp tac cua moi ngi e mang hoa bnh va s yen tnh tr lai tren at nc Iraq... Toi ngh la Iraq con co nhieu ngi thong minh va tai nang, chac chan se co ngi xuat hien e lanh ao at nc ma khong can phai ap dung bien phap oc tai.

 

(Viet Hung)

 

 


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