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[casi] Question - Iraqis' attitude toward "regime change"

The combination of several U.S. groups should result
in a fairly large march against the invasion of Iraq
in a few weeks.  A meeting was held in D.C. a few days
ago for the planning of the march, and it was agreed
to meet the requests of Iraqi-Americans to leave IN
the agreement that the U.S. agrees on a "regime

Here's the question:  I personally don't like having
the U.S. decide on whether a regime change is needed
ANYWHERE, but more than anything, I'm hopeful of this
march being able to reach many people.  I would opt
for the single focus of NO ATTACK, but DO THE PEOPLE
OF IRAQ support the "regime change" plan of the U.S.?

Hope this makes sense and hope someone is familiar
enough with the thoughts and wishes of the people to
be able to answer.


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