When I saw all the news channels constantly updating with new information, and I heard about our troops being deployed - that's when I felt it.
I think Australians are a little fearful of terrorism at the moment.
We were so isolated, but then when Bali was attacked, we suddenly were in the international news on our own accord!
There was an anti-war demonstration after school. 5,000 people turned up and the Lord Mayor made a speech.
At the end he replaced the Australia flag flying in front of City Hall with a UN flag.
These are the first
protests people my age have really involved themselves in.
I think the overall feeling I get is that Australia is anti-war and certainly the general feeling amongst my generation is anti-war.
don't know enough to make a proper judgment.
There is so much coverage of
the protestors, and no one mentions the supporters of the war.
They have remained very quiet.
But we are an active
member in this war.
We are a definite enemy of Iraq, and Saddam Hussein has
shown himself to be a scary man.
I don't want to be unprepared for anything that could happen to us."
Liz, 16, Brisbane, Australia
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