Arabs Compare U.S. Role in Iraq, Mideast

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The U.S. role in Iraq and President Bush's shift in policy toward Israeli settlements in the West Bank have increased Arab criticism of U.S. policy in the Middle East. Some observers say Arab nations increasingly compare the U.S. role in Iraq with Israel's occupation of the West Bank. NPR's Bob Edwards talks with Arab journalists Hani Shukrallah and Rami Khouri.

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