Queer and Christian in Iraq
- The Root of War Is Fear. Merton, Thomas // National Catholic Reporter;4/4/2003, Vol. 39 Issue 22, p12
Examines the causes of war focusing on the Iraqi war which began in March 2003. Personal and moral obligations of Christians in avoiding war and preserving peace; Elimination of atheistic Communism; Religious teachings about war and peace.
- Worshipping in Babylon. Olsen, Ted; Hertz, Todd // Christianity Today;May2003, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p17
Relates the faith of Christians in Baghdad, Iraq during the war in 2003.
- Opposing the war. Kuciejczyk, Josephy // National Catholic Reporter;5/30/2003, Vol. 39 Issue 30, p28
Reports on the opposition of Christians to the war in Iraq.
- Tortured reasoning. Duggan, Eileen P. // St. Louis Journalism Review;May2003, Vol. 33 Issue 256, p21
Examines the views of Conservative Evangelical Christians in the U.S. on the war in Iraq. Conclusion that war can be waged in a God-honoring way while acknowledging there should be room in the church for conscientious objection to war; Media entities that have provided coverage of the war.
- From the Plains of Nineveh. // America;8/18/2014, Vol. 211 Issue 4, p4
The article reports that the status of Iraq's ancient Christian communities has grown progressively worse since the U.S. invasion in 2003.
- ON THE STREET. // Gay & Lesbian Times;3/27/2003, Issue 796, p34
Presents the opinions of several gays and lesbians on the effect of the war in Iraq on their travel plans in 2003.
- CONVERSATIONS WITH NICOLE. Murray-Ramirez, Nicole // Gay & Lesbian Times;3/27/2003, Issue 796, p59
Reports on various developments of interest to the gay community in the United States as of March 27, 2003. Display of the American flag in support of the American troops in Iraq; Attendance to a pro-war rally.
- READER POLL. // Gay & Lesbian Times;4/3/2003, Issue 797, p14
Presents the results of a reader poll which asks whether the cost of the war with Iraq will have an effect on the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community funding sources in years to come.
- Mysterious gay scribe captivates cyberspace with Baghdad blog. // Gay & Lesbian Times;4/3/2003, Issue 797, p26
Focuses on Salam Pax, a mysterious gay scribe whose accounts of life in Baghdad during the Iraq conflict have made him a cyber celebrity. Criticism of Saddam Hussein's authoritarian rule and the U.S.-British war on his nation; Information on the identity of Salam Pax.