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In another distorted portrayal of Iraqi society, partitionists have construed the "Shiite" governorates as "rich in oil" and the "Sunni" areas as "oil deficient"; the hard fact is that there is not much more oil in "Shiite" Najaf, Karbala, Babel, and Qadisiyya than in "Sunni" Anbar.
Between Plan A and Plan B, appeals to the Supreme Court and the partitionist movement, the feeling of emptiness and dissatisfaction of the Canadian population with political life has reached a nadir, particularly visible during the 1997 federal elections.
There are Bosnians and Muslims in both camps, but the preponderance of the Bosnian cause fell athwart the plans of the cleansers and partitionists, and was, and is, fully deserving of solidarity.