The Known Known of the Faux Pas of the US Veto On Gaza

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  • Sunday, 10 Dec 2023

IN THE Global War on Terror (GWOT), which the US Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld later changed to the Global Prevention of Violent Extremism (GPVE), the former wrestler cum undergraduate scholar at Princeton University had bemoaned about the lack of success in 'terminating' the rank and file of Al Qaeda and the extremist groups in Iraq.

Before expressing his frustration about the lack of US progress in Iraq, which the Bush Administration — aided and abetted by Prime Minister Tony Blair in 2003 — Rumsfeld went on a forlorn soliloquy.

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