Shia Leader on U.S. Troops In Iraq, a growing number of Shia Muslims organize protests against U.S. troops. One Shiite leader, the son of an ayatollah who was killed by Saddam's regime in 1999, accuses Washington of trying to take over the world and questions the legitimacy of a U.S.-appointed governing council of Iraqi leaders. Hear NPR's Ivan Watson.
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Shiite Leader Denounces U.S. Forces in Iraq

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Shiite Leader Denounces U.S. Forces in Iraq

Shiite Leader Denounces U.S. Forces in Iraq

Shiite Leader Denounces U.S. Forces in Iraq

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In Iraq, a growing number of Shia Muslims organize protests against U.S. troops. One Shiite leader, the son of an ayatollah who was killed by Saddam's regime in 1999, accuses Washington of trying to take over the world and questions the legitimacy of a U.S.-appointed governing council of Iraqi leaders. Hear NPR's Ivan Watson.