Ali Ismaeel Abbas longs for his arms

Krieger, David
April 2003
National Catholic Reporter;4/25/2003, Vol. 39 Issue 25, p23
Focuses on the need to understand war in terms of its cost to humanity rather than in terms of victory alone. Details of a 12-year-old boy Ali Ismaeel Abbas who lost his arms in a missile attack; Discussion of strategy and advancing troops in American television; Importance given to American casualties.


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