The Howard/Bush/Blair legacy

Ali, a painter and a student at the academy of art in north Baghdad, tells the Guardian about life in his occupied country:

“I ask myself why life in Iraq is so cheap. We are living in a nightmare. It is like there is a camera recording us and by its light we see images of death and carnage everywhere. The Iraqi have good hearts, but we are living in a state of hysteria.”

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