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Between Two Deaths

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Does anyone still [[remember ]] 'Comical Ali', [[Saddam]]'s information minister Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf, who, in his daily press conferences, heroically stuck to the Iraqi line in the face of the most glaring evidence? (He was still claiming that TV footage of US tanks on the streets of Baghdad were just Hollywood special effects when the tanks were only a few hundred yards from his office.) He didn't always fail to make [[sense]], however. Confronted with claims that the US [[army ]] was already in [[control ]] of parts of Baghdad, he snapped back: 'They are not in control of anything - they don't even control themselves!' I was reminded of that when news of the weird goings-on in the [[Abu Ghraib ]] prison broke a few weeks ago.
* [[Between Two Deaths]]. ''[[London ]] Review of Books'. Volume 26. [[Number ]] 1.. June 3, 2004. <>
[[Category:Articles by Slavoj Žižek]]
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