Nightline: Backlash #739376
ABC Special for Friday, Apr 25, 2003
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Taped segment introduced by Chris Bury (ABC) with David Wright (ABC), US Army Major General Chuck Swannack, Brigadier General Richard Natonski of the US Marine Corps Task Force Tarawa, Ambassador Peter Galbraith of the National War College, Shiite cleric Abdul Azizau Akim‡, and unidentified others re: this week’s Shiite pilgrimage to Karbala, Iraq, and the conflict over who should rule Iraq. Taped segments introduced by Chris Bury (ABC) with Lama Hasan (ABC), student Raehab el-Bakri, student Heba Ismail, journalist Emad Adib, Chief Egyptian Government Spokesman Nabil Osman, Dr. Kimal Abul Mangt‡, Abdel Moneim Said of the Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, chemist Asa Badra‡, human rights activist Soheir Morsy, former Egyptian Ambassador to the United States Abdel Raouf el-Reedy, Walid Kazziha of the American University in Cairo and unidentified others re: issues surrounding feelings in Egypt about the war in Iraq.
- Wright, David;
- Hasan, Lama
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