Jordanian Rxn NPR's Eric Weiner reports from the streets of the Jordanian capital of Amman that news of an agreement between the U-N and Iraq over arms inspections has brought a collective sigh of relieve in the Arab world. Arab leaders, even those who dislike Iraq's Saddam Hussein, had been apprehensive that the U-S air strikes that were threatened if no accord was reached would inflame the Arab world in demonstrations that would have been hard to control.
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Jordanian Rxn

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Jordanian Rxn

Jordanian Rxn

Jordanian Rxn

Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR's Eric Weiner reports from the streets of the Jordanian capital of Amman that news of an agreement between the U-N and Iraq over arms inspections has brought a collective sigh of relieve in the Arab world. Arab leaders, even those who dislike Iraq's Saddam Hussein, had been apprehensive that the U-S air strikes that were threatened if no accord was reached would inflame the Arab world in demonstrations that would have been hard to control.