A school is looted, a song of peace lingers

Kelly, Kathy
May 2003
National Catholic Reporter;5/9/2003, Vol. 39 Issue 27, p15
Comments on the musical performance of peace song in times of war in Iraq. Destruction of the Baghdad University; Indifference of Great Britain and the U.S. to the impoverished people of Iraq; Hope for world peace.


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