Ramsay, Allan
March 2006
Contemporary Review;Spring2006, Vol. 288 Issue 1680, p2
The article reports on the 3rd anniversary of the Iraqi war and the current situations of Iraq after the war by its new indirect leader, the U.S. Accordingly, after the war several questions and opinions emerged whether the U.S. occupations is all for good after freeing the people from the tyranny of Saddam Hussein or is it a way of colonizing Iraq. The anniversary of Iraqi war was also the tenth anniversary of the death of the seven Cisterian monks including Father Christian de Chergé.


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