. SouthAmerica: Before the Iraq war started I wrote on my articles that the war in Iraq would turn into a mess and a civil war similar to the civil war in Yugoslavia after Titoâs death. And I continued writing since the US invaded Iraq that the war in Iraq has turned into a Civil War. Finally we are making some progress in that regard, and here is why: The New York Times had an article on July 24, 2005 in the âWeek in Reviewâ section â âIf Itâs Civil War, Do We Know It?â The article said: ââ¦many Iraqis are saying that the civil war has already began.â And so onâ¦ The news that Iraq is in the middle of a âCivil Warâ is finally starting to arrive in the United States â in another 2 years it might reach even Washington D.C. I donât know at which point the US government will grasp that the US army is in the middle of crossfire in Iraq â and there is nothing the US can do to stop the âIraqi Civil Warâ from taking its course. The big question is: Is the Civil War in Iraq going to spread to other countries in that area of the world? What kind of governments are going to take power after the dust settles in Iraq? How many countries will replace the Iraq that Saddam Hussein used to rule? I wonder how long it will take for the people who are attacking with bombs Spain, Egypt, and London to also start doing the same on the United States major cities. (As a matter of fact I donât understand why they have not attacked the United States since 9/11; they have shown time after time that they have the capability to attack at will.) Each day that goes by the probability that they will attack a major city in the United States probably increases. It is just a matter of time, but Where and When? What are the terrorists waiting for to attack the US once again? I have been discussing the current Iraqâs Civil War for a long time at the âPBSâ message board at: http://discussions.pbs.org/viewforum.pbs?f=5 My name in that message board is âbrazilâ. .