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Iraq-US Relations / War Talk / Muslim View #721302

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Feb 08, 2003
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(White House: Dana Bush) President Bush’s push for war with Iraq featured; CNN/”Time” poll results on U.N. support of military action cited. [In radio address, BUSH – says the US will take whatever action is necessary to disarm the Iraqi regime.] [U.N. Secretary General Kofi ANNAN - says there is no substitute for the legitimacy provided by the U.N. Security Council.] [In Baghdad, chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans BLIX – says talks with Iraqi officials have been useful.] [Brookings Institution Ken POLLACK†- says France & Russia will fix on Iraq’s minor concessions to stall for more time for the weapons inspectors.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Mecca, Saudi Arabia: Hala Gorani) The view of many Muslims attending the hajj ritual that an attack against Iraq is an attack against Islam featured; scenes shown from the Kaaba† in Mecca.

Lin, Carol;
Bush, Dana;
Gorani, Hala

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