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Musharraf: Look to Terrorism Roots
"The first dimension is its immediate dimension and that is on fighting terror head-on militarily," he said.

"And then there is there is the strategic long-term dimension and that is getting at the core of what creates terrorists, what creates an extremist, militant environment which then leads on to terrorism.... That is the resolution of political disputes."

Musharraf's comments come one day after he told CNN in an interview that the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq was a mistake that has made the world a more dangerous place.

"I think it's less safe,"
Musharraf: look to terrorism roots
"Most sensible people looking at the world today know that since September 11 we have got to take every action that we can to fight terrorism militarily," he said.

"But we would be foolish to ignore the causes upon which terrorism preys. And that is why it is also important to address those political disputes as well.

"At the moment, we are in a difficult time for the world, when the relationship between Britain and Pakistan is strong, but we need that strength to tackle the problems we face together."
musharraf: look to terrorism roots
However, Musharraf said he does not believe U.S. and coalition troops should pull out immediately. Only after elections are held and the situation stabilized should the United States consider a withdrawal from Iraq, he said.

"[An early withdrawal] would create more problems in the region," he said. "Now that we are there, we need to stabilize the situation."
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Omaha World Herald
12-11-04
Main News 9A
Other Iraq Developments Friday
- red cross team enters fallujah for the first time since a US offensive captured the city
- met to discus sewage and water needs of city
- halliburty co, largest US contractor in Iraq
- passed 10 bil mark in work orders
- provides services to troops and heling rebuild oil industry
- collision btn 2 helicopters
- killed 2 usians
Omaha World Herald
12-11-04
Main News 9A
Shiites’ slate suffers first assassination
One candidates for Shiites in Jan 30 elections assassinated
- Sattar Jabar shot w/ 2 fellow members of Hezbollah Shiite mov’t
- Warned he would be killed unless bowed out of race
- Letter 2 days b4 election
- 228 names on the list
- Ahmad Chalabi = pentagon fave to lead iraq
- Also radical cleric muqtada al-sadr
- Abdel-aziz al-hakim (former exile) head of largest Shiite party (Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution) also