Fwd: [United_Arab_Market] FREE TRADE AREA - Message to G.W. Bush
- --- Saad S Fayoumi <saad_fayoumi@...> wrote:
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> From: Saad S Fayoumi <saad_fayoumi@...>
> Date: Sat, 2 Apr 2005 14:21:36 -0800 (PST)
> Subject: [United_Arab_Market] FREE TRADE AREA - Message to G.W.
> Dear sister / brother / friend,
> On May 13. 2003, I e-mailed the following message to Mr. G. W.
> If you share my point of view, please forward this message to all
> your friends.
> Mr. George W. Bush
> Washington D.C.
> Your proposal to set up a "Middle East/USA Free Trade Area" is
> certainly excellent for Israel also good for the USA however it is
> very bad for the Arab world.
> And to say that you made your proposal in such A dramatic way as if
> you really care very much about the development and prosperity of
> the Arab nation also as if you you had already forgotten the
> hostility your administration had so far demonstrated toward the
> Arabs in general and the Palestinian and Iraqi peoples in
> particular. Do you really expect us to see in you the new Gamal
> Abdul Nasser or Salahuddin Al-Ayoubi of the Arab nation?
> Concerning your proposal, it is true that "The Arab world has a
> great cultural tradition but is largely missing out on the economic
> progress of our time" as you said:
> a) What a pity that you didn't say who is preventing the Arabs from
> getting united in one country!
> b) Have you ever asked yourself how come the USA is built of people
> from over 200 different nations and countries while the Arabs are
> prevented from getting united in one country although they are one
> single nation?
> c) Do you know any nation on earth fragmented into 22 states other
> than the Arab nation?
> It is also true that "The combined gross national product of all
> Arab countries is smaller than that of Spain" as you added:
> What a shame that, in spite of that, your administration's foreign
> policy during the last two years is mainly focusing on trying by
> all means to dispossess the Arabs of their natural resources... And
> to say that your country is already the richest worldwide!
> In my opinion, the truth about your proposal to set up a ME-US Free
> Trade Area is the following:
> Since the Arab states have almost no finished products to compete
> with the USA made products, the suggested ME-USA free trade zone
> will surely turn to be a kind of protected inner market for the USA
> and Israeli goods and products whether manufactured in the USA or
> in Israel. That is how you want Israel to become the hub of the
> Middle East economy, finance, trade and industry.
> Without saying it very openly, you want to integrate Israel in a
> large Arab market by transforming Israel into the only
> industrialized country in the Middle East mainly through USA
> investments in the Israeli industrial sector. That is how you want
> to give Israel a protected market of over 300 millions Arab
> consumers. That is exactly the hope, wish and dream of both Ariel
> Sharon as well as Shimon Peres.
> That is also how you want to place the Arab world under USA
> protectorate with Israel as the only military power to control the
> Middle East area on behalf of the USA.
> That is also how you want to impose the USA dollar as the only
> currency of reference in the Middle East especially when more and
> more voices worldwide are calling to stop using the USA dollar to
> price and transact the different commodities because the US Dollar
> is the only currency in the world that has no guaranteed gold
> We know, and you know, that the proposal to set up a Middle
> East/USA free trade area will only be very bad for the Arabs. Don't
> you think the Arab world is already angry enough?
> I am sure you understand that we prefer to build our Arab Free
> Trade Area by integrating all Arab states, exclusively all Arab
> states simply because that is the only way to develop each and
> every Arab state. That is exactly the idea our "United Arab Market"
> group is very actively involved in pushing forward since a couple
> of weeks.
> May God help us to build our "United Arab Market".
> May God bless our Arab nation.
> Saad S. Fayoumi
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