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  Bombing Iraq won't solve anything
Updated 15 September 2002, 10.10

Kaleigh thinks that another war will make the world even more unsafe.

And she's worried that this will lead to more terrorist attacks.

"Since 11 September all eyes have been on America, Bin Laden, Afghanistan, Israel, or the country called Iraq and its leader, Saddam Hussain.

In my opinion Saddam is a terrible man. He did horrible things to his own country, and no-one knows what he plans to do next.

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But President Bush seems to think that bombing Iraq will help.

But it won't.


More attacks?

It'll just make things worse. It'll cause more terrorists, some who are illegally hiding in America, to rebel.

We'll have to wait and see what Bush decides to do but bombing won't solve anything.

We have to think about who's living in our country, and what they could do if we were to bomb Iraq.

Things will just get worse."

Kaleigh, 14, Wethersfield, USA


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