Attitudes on Iraq in Mideast In Israel, polls show overwhelming support among Israelis for a U.S. invasion of Iraq to oust Saddam Hussein. But in the West Bank and Gaza, some Palestinians sympathize with the Iraqi people. NPR's Linda Gradstein.
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Attitudes on Iraq Differ in Mideast

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Attitudes on Iraq Differ in Mideast

Attitudes on Iraq Differ in Mideast

Attitudes on Iraq Differ in Mideast

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In Israel, polls show overwhelming support among Israelis for a U.S. invasion of Iraq to oust Saddam Hussein. But in the West Bank and Gaza, some Palestinians sympathize with the Iraqi people. NPR's Linda Gradstein.

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