Tony Blair defends record: “The Oman-UAE border remained calm throughout my tenure”

Tony Blair has pointed to stretch of land between Oman and UAE as proof that his time as Middle East envoy was a resounding success.

“Aside from a few angry expats on a visa run, this border was otherwise untouched by sectarian violence, highlighting the efforts my team and I have made to bring peace to the region.”

Blair also highlighted 20 square kilometres of uninhabited desert in Saudi Arabia that had been “untouched by war” during his term with the UN.

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One Response to Tony Blair defends record: “The Oman-UAE border remained calm throughout my tenure”

  1. Anonymous June 2, 2015 at 2:25 am

    Wow, the censors must have been active lately

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