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IRAQ
Continued from Page 1
prised by the comments, Rumsfeld's
office issued a written statement saying
his main point in the news conference
was that obtaining a second U.N. Securi-
ty Council resolution "is important to
the United Kingdom" and that both
countries were working to achieve it.
"In the event that a decision to use
force is made, we have every reason to
believe there will be a significant mili-
tary contribution from the United King-
dom," Rumsfeld's statement said.
In London, Blair's office told The
Associated Press: "This does not change
anything. We are still working for a sec-

ond resolution. We are not at a state of
military combat but there has been com-
plete cooperation between the United
Kingdom and the United States through-
out on the military planning side."
The U.S. commander who would
lead a war against Iraq, Gen. Tommy
Franks, met in Amman, Jordan yester-
day with King Abdullah II. Franks'
office was releasing few details about1
his schedule, although officials said he
was headed to Afghanistan to visit U.S.
troops and then to the Persian Gulf.;
His last stop will be his Gulf command
post at Camp As Sayliyah, Qatar. It
remained unclear whether Franks
intended to remain there for the dura-
tion of the Iraq crisis.

PEACE
Continued from Page 1
not believe Saddam is a threat to his
neighbors or the United States.
"It is pointed out again and again that
containment has worked. In the last 12
years Iraq has attacked no one, has
engaged in no terror activities, and, cer-
tainly, has not crossed the United
States" Rivers said. She added that the
decision to go to war should not be
about Hussein's leadership, but about
whether war is necessary to protect the
United States against an attack.
Area community member Ismat
Hamit, a former Iraq resident, agreed
with Rivers, saying that though he

believes Hussein should be forced out of
his position, a war is not the best
approach to the situation.
"The majority of (Americans origi-
nally from Iraq), they are against the
war. They know the country is going to
be destroyed and hundreds and thou-
sands are going to be killed," he said.
Rivers also said she believes a war
against Iraq will deplete already scarce
domestic funding as more and more
dollars go toward a war abroad. Presi-
dent Bush and his supporters, while
admitting that a war will be costly in
terms of money, believe that the price
of another attack similar to that of Sept.
11 would be much greater, when taking

into account lives, money, and public
security. Phifer said the American pub-
lic should not let its anger over Sept. 11
or their fears that another tragedy could
occur lead to war.
"It is right to bring to justice the plan-
ners and financiers and collaborators
who perpetrated this hideous act," he
said. "But there is not one scintilla of
evidence that Saddam Hussein had any-
thing to do with it." If a war on Iraq does
happen, Rivers said, it could lead to a
"fiscal disaster" for the United States.
Rivers said the Congressional Budget
Office estimates that a war in Iraq could
cost $272 billion, money Rivers said
would be better spent on balancing cuts

at both the federal and state level,
including those in education, childcare
and research. Ann Arbor City Council-
woman Kim Groome, who in December
voted in favor of a resolution opposing
to a war against Iraq, said in a statement
written for the press conference that war
will have "definite, negative impacts" on
Ann Arbor.
"War will certainly bring the loss of
lives and the further reduction of monies
available to the state and its municipali-
ties as the war effort siphons off needed
dollars. For Michigan, and for many
other states around the country, addi-
tional cuts in funding will be very diffi-
cult to absorb, Groome said.

AL-ARIAN
Continued from Page 1.
heartbreaking to see that.
TMD: Did it come as a complete shock to
you?
Al-Arian: He's been under investigation for
eight or nine years so, it's always been a possi-
bility in the back of our minds but we're con-
fident that he's never done anything wrong.
I'm extremely proud of all of the work my
father's done. I honestly don't think that he
committed anything or that he did anything
illegal. In that sense, because I don't think he's
done anything illegal I had more faith in the
government that they wouldn't target him, but
I think after September 11 everything
changed.
TMD: What was your initial response to
the charges against your father on the day of
his arrest?
Al-Arian: I was at school at Georgetown
University and an administrator who I work
with called me up at around 9 a.m. and said, "I

heard the news." At that point I hadn't heard
but I could tell that something serious had
happened ... there were FBI agents all over
my house. They also searched our house for
twelve hours. I was completely devastated. It
came as a shock to me because I didn't think
that (U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft)
and the Justice Department would go this far
and basically make a case out of my father for
the Muslim community nationally. Basically,
it sort of told people, this is what happens if
you speak out. This is what happens if you
dare become an advocate of any sort as a
Muslim leader.
TMD: What do you think of the current
political climate? Do you think that there is a
lot of anti-Arab sentiment?
Al-Arian: Within the administration there is
definitely a lot of anti-Arab, anti-Muslim senti-
ment. Not necessarily within the populace but I
think that judging from President Bush and his
administration, particularly Ashcroft, the laws
that they have been passing have targeted Mus-
lims. You have everything now from expanding

federal powers to completely unconstitutional
provisions and laws like the PATRIOT Act. It's
really a scary environment now. I know so
many of my friends have family members who
are leaving the country for Canada or for other
places because there's this feeling among Mus-
lims that we aren't safe here or that we're being
targeted.
TMD: How has this affected your personal
life?
Al-Arian: It's definitely made me a lot
more skeptical. I'm a lot less idealistic about
living here and being treated as an equal. I
think we live in a time when fear and hysteria
are sort of overtaking, at a time when we've
lost all sense of what this country stands for.
It's really sad because the ideals that this
nation was founded on are slowly being
shelved in the name of national security but
really the wrong people are being targeted.
TMD: Did you ever think that something
like this could happen to your family and
community?
Al-Arian: No, I was born and raised in

this country. I always felt like I belonged
here, but now, I love the U.S. I love America,
it's the only place I've ever known, but I just
feel like it's a dangerous place for Muslims
to live in now. A lot of us don't feel safe.
They feel like they can be targeted at any
given moment. Mosques are monitored, peo-
ple's library books are being looked at, and
campus police are working with the FBI. It's
looking a lot more like a police state than a
democracy. I'm worried about what else is
going to happen.
TMD: How is your family dealing with
what happened?
Al-Arian: We're trying to cope with it. It's
definitely very difficult. Especially whenever we
visit my father. We're just trying to do as much as
possible to help him and to help the community.
Right now, I've just been trying to reach as many
people as possible and inform them about my
father and what they can do to help.
TMD: What is your response to people who
call your father a terrorist?
Al-Arian: An indictment is never a convic-

tion. We live in the U.S., which prides itself on
being a democracy and on having the princi-
ple of innocent until proven guilty, and I hope
that my dad gets the presumption of inno-
cence. I also hope that he gets a fair trial,
which is supposed to be guaranteed to all peo-
ple in this country. The burden of proof is on
the government and not on him. It's not like
the government has never lied to us before. It's
not like they haven't taken things completely
out of context or misconstrued before.
TMD: How has your father been coping
with recent events?
Al-Arian: He's staying strong and his faith
helps him get through. I just hope that he'll get
out on bail so that he can have time to prepare
an adequate defense. I think it'll definitely help
his case a lot more if he's out on bail. It will be
more fair for him to be able to defend himself.
He's a political prisoner, and I guess he's just
hoping that people will stand up for him like
he's stood up for so many others:... he's devoted
so much time and energy fighting for the civil
rights of American citizens.

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TEACHERS NEEDED
GRETCHEN'S HOUSE, a NAEYC accred-
ited program in Ann Arbor, seeks highly quali-
fied persons to join our teaching team. We of-
fer excellent salary and benefits. Now hiring:
- Preschool teachers
- Full and Part-Tune Substitutes
Minimum qualifications for FT positions in-
clude: BS, AA, or CDA in Early Childhood
Education and willingness to give minimum 1
year commitment. For more information call
(734)761-2576 or email inquiries to
mdavis@gretchenshouse.com. EOE

LIVE-IN NANNY NEEDED. Free apt. in ex-
change for 16-20 hrs./wk. child care. Start
Spring or Fall 2003. Call Katie at 213-0889.

COLLEGE IS NO TIME TO SUFFER
WITH ACNE! It's time to look good, feel
great, have fun. Our dermatologist recom-
mended acne treatments heal acne fast and are
tint adjustable to perfectly hide blemishes. For
free information email clearskin@aweber.com
orcall 1-800-818-2669.
GREAT SPORTSWEAR!!?GREAT PRICES!!
Jackets, Warmups & Bags. Try it - you'll save
$$$ everytime. wwwKammanlnt.com

FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED for 2
bdrm. apt. $430/mo. 734-997-9621.

BARTENDER TRAINEES
$250 per day potential, local positions
Call 1-800-293-3985 ext. 607

NEEDED

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