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Tuesday, February 17, 1998 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | NEXT: Nike, CBS and the Olympics
1998-02-17

Iraqi Dissidents

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Some polls indicate that the majority of American people are against a U.S.strike against Iraq. Among them are some members of the Iraqi oppositionwho oppose Saddam Hussein, and oppose U.S. aggression.

Guest:

  • Zaineb Istrabadi, works with Professor Edward Said at Columbia University.
  • Raya Barazarji, Iraqi-American member of a non-profit organizationworking towards democracy in Iraq

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