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Sydney

Craig Murray
An attack isn't justified as far as Australia goes, although it might be in the United States.

All I know is what I read in the papers or see on television - I feel I have no access to the facts, along with a lot of other people. The United States is looking for someone to bomb in return for the attack on their Twin Towers.



Belinda Blaxland
I have no idea what Iraq has done. I'm against war anyway and I do not know enough to say if it's correct or not correct. For me, US evidence is all hearsay. They haven't convinced me.

If the US goes it alone they have to fight it on their own. They have to be responsible for their own actions.



Ross O'Halloran
I do not feel the case is convincing. The US should wait for more proof and not go in until there is.

Otherwise it's like anyone invading another country.



Fiona Ritchie
I don't think it's right - not for Australia to be involved. There are other ways around the crisis.

Yes, the US has made a convincing case for war but I still do not agree with it. I feel that there should be more peace talks and negotiations.


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