Packer, George
July 2004
New Yorker;7/5/2004, Vol. 80 Issue 18, p29
Comments on the idea of Iraqi president Sheikh Ghazi Ajil al-Yawar on the war in Iraq. Meaning of the Iraq war; Different ideas on the Iraq war; Benefit of the invasion on Iraqi human rights.


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