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We are all concerned about questions that deal with Iraq such as 'is war necessary,' 'is war inevitable,' 'what threat does Saddam Hussein pose?' etc. I will be discussing these questions, and the answers that panelists at an Iraq Forum gave. Before we start discussing these questions, let us answer the question 'what are we fighting for if when we are discussing if we should have war with Iraq?' According to George Bush we are trying to completely eliminate terrorism, but according to Arun Gandhi we are trying to achieve nonviolence. Different people have different opinions about the answer to this question. I think that by going to war with Iraq we are trying to change Iraq and the whole Middle East into democracy, and to make it a part of the modern world.
Let me introduce the panelists at an Iraq Forum held at Naperville, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, organized by the Naperville League of Women Voters. Jane Barnes, current English instructor at North Central College and Elgin Community College, held the position of devil's advocate.…
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