Genocide in Darfur; Murder in Iraq

January 2005
Tikkun (Duke University Press);Jan/Feb2005, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p7
Focuses on the genocide in Darfur, Sudan and the occupation of Iraq by U.S. forces. Recommendation on resolving the violence and pillage of the people of Darfur; Impact of the Iraq war on the Iraqis and U.S. citizens.


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