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A Hundred and One Days by Åsne Seierstad
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Apr 16, 2012

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When the war happened on March 2004, I just read the events in the newspaper feeling afar and oblivious. After reading it, I realized that as a nation, my country is far better than Iraq during Sadam's regime. At least we are still able to speak, to organize, to express. I am looking forward to reading Americans or Brits review on this book. Since we all know that the reason of attacking Iraq is more on oil and economical reason than the mask of Iraq mass weapon. Don't think I have the hard nerves as the journalists who decided to stay during the fall of Sadam's era. Asne helps to sound what the Iraqis think and feel pre, during and post war in her Baghdad Journal.

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