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Allies Fear US as New Axis of Evil

Prensa Latina, 3 November 2006

London, Nov 3 (Prensa Latina) The majority of the Israeli, Canadian, Mexican, and British people consider the US is one of the main threats for world peace, reveals a survey published by British The Guardian daily.

The survey, jointly carried out by the Guardian in Britain and leading newspapers in Israel (Haaretz), Canada (La Presse and Toronto Star) and Mexico (Reforma), showed that Washington, rather than Iran or N Korea, represents the greatest threat to security.

According to the survey, 89 percent of British think US war policy has made the world less safe.

Only seven of each of the 100 surveyed in the United Kingdom consider that US middle east invasions have increased world stability.

The Guardian recalls that US President George W.

Bush once cited Iran and the Democratic People s republic of Korea as part of an “axis of evil”, but it is his country which is now seen as one of the greater dangers to world peace.

Carried out as US voters prepare to go to the polls next week in an election dominated by the war, 62% of Canadians and 57% of Mexicans say the world has become more dangerous because of US policy.

Likewise, 35 percent of Israelis, whose government unconditionally supports Washington, think the US has added to the risk of international conflict.

Voters in three of the four countries surveyed also overwhelmingly reject the decision to invade Iraq, with only Israeli voters in favour, at 59 to 34 percent.