|This article, by Seymour Hersh, from a 2007 edition of the New Yorker, explains the Bush administration's decision to use Al-Queda and other extremists to achieve regime change in Syria, Lebanon, and Iran, with help from Saudi Arabia and Turkey,and to create regional instability, primarily because the Bush administration had inadvertently created an Iranian ally in Iraq by invading and killing Saddam Hussein.
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