by Fergal Keane
. . . What I try to do here is look at acts and their consequences.
So when I say that Arab opinion is enraged by the war, that Arabs
regard Mr Blair and Mr Bush as the leaders of an invading and
occupying force, it is merely to reflect how things are. If there is
a silent Arab majority--or even minority--who believes the war is
a good thing, I have yet to find it. If it exists it is so minuscule
as to be politically irrelevant. . . .