Iraqi Man Urges a Secular Dictatorship Salam Al-Rawi, an Iraqi businessman living in New York, offers his perspective on how to solve the situation in Iraq. We spoke with him five years ago, just before the U.S. invaded Iraq.
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Iraqi Man Urges a Secular Dictatorship

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Iraqi Man Urges a Secular Dictatorship

Iraqi Man Urges a Secular Dictatorship

Iraqi Man Urges a Secular Dictatorship

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Salam al-Rawi is an Iraqi businessman living in New York. Madeleine Brand spoke with al-Rawi five years ago, just before the U.S. invaded Iraq. She checks back in with him to see what has changed since the war began.

Interview with al-Rawi in 2003

Salam al-Rawi talks about working as an unofficial liason for Iraqi ex-pats.