The 'collateral' damage

Ward, Olivia
January 2003
New Internationalist;Jan/Feb2003, Issue 353, p6
Presents the views of the Iraqi people regarding the plan of the U.S. and other western countries to bomb Iraq. Reza Toma, a 60-year-old widow; Amjad Mohammed; Arej Dawood, manages an employment training center for women in Baghdad; Adil Kadahum Jawad, a playwright.


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