Journalist fears for Iraqi citizens

After witnessing firsthand what she says were the appalling living conditions of the Afghani people while on assignment in 2000, British journalist Yvonne Ridley is on tour to persuade citizens to protest war on Iraq which she belives will similarly harry the Iraqi people.

After witnessing firsthand what she says were the appalling living conditions of the Afghani people while on assignment in 2000, British journalist Yvonne Ridley is on tour to persuade citizens to protest war on Iraq which she belives will similarly harry the Iraqi people.

“Bush tells us that we’re going to liberate the Iraqi people, although how you can liberate them after bombing them, I’m not sure,” said Ridley, who last week gave two talks in Montreal, one at Vanier College on Wednesday, and one at the Universit

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