Iraqi rights violations

March 1991
Christian Century;3/20/91, Vol. 108 Issue 10, p321
Presents a brief assessment of the findings of the German-based Society for Threatened Peoples (Gesellschaft fur Bedrohte Volker) which were presented at a recent news conference in Jerusalem.


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