Key Question: How Will Iraqi Citizens Greet U.S. Troops? U.S. forces entering Iraq hope to be seen as liberators. But even if some Iraqis react favorably to the U.S.-led assault to overthrow Saddam Hussein, pockets of dissent can be expected. The response of Sunni Muslims, who control the governments of Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, may be particularly telling. Hear NPR's Lynn Neary and David Ransom, a former U.S. ambassador to Bahrain.
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Key Question: How Will Iraqi Citizens Greet U.S. Troops?

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Key Question: How Will Iraqi Citizens Greet U.S. Troops?

Key Question: How Will Iraqi Citizens Greet U.S. Troops?

Key Question: How Will Iraqi Citizens Greet U.S. Troops?

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U.S. forces entering Iraq hope to be seen as liberators. But even if some Iraqis react favorably to the U.S.-led assault to overthrow Saddam Hussein, pockets of dissent can be expected. The response of Sunni Muslims, who control the governments of Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, may be particularly telling. Hear NPR's Lynn Neary and David Ransom, a former U.S. ambassador to Bahrain.