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CONGRESS
Continued from Page 1A
"The president has no authority to do
what he's doing."
Although "there is no question
that Saddam Hussein is a dangerous
person, a murderer, someone we
can't trust ... I'd like to first contin-
ue the inspection process. I'd like to
stop criticizing the United Nations.
Then we should declare Saddam
Hussein a war criminal for crimes
against humanity. Then we should
go in and arrest him like Slobodan
Milosevic so he can be tried in The
Hague," Conyers added.
* Conyers also said he fears for the
loss of life on the part of the Iraqi citi-
UNIVERSITY
Continued from Page 1A
officials to plan for an emergency.
"Our Level I Trauma Center is fully pre
to care for injured persons in a mass emerg
including those that involve biological, c
cal or radiological materials," Bess said.
DPS spokeswoman Diane Brown said
bomb shelters do not exist anymore in the
there have been discussions about evacu
the community, should there be a need to d
Bess advised the community to stay up
on news, report suspicious activity and
care, caution, common sense and control."
After the Sept. 11 attacks, Arab and M
the michigan c

zens, calling the idea that the sacrifice El OTI0NS
would be small "preposterous."
While political science Prof. James Continued from Page 1A
Morrow agrees with the prediction opposed or supportive of the war. "I don't think I'm
that the war will last "days or weeks, 100 percent either way," she said.
not months,' he said he does not think "If I saw this as something (short) that would be OK
it is absurd to predict that civilian with me. My problem is I think this is going to escalate
casualties could be great. into what they call World War III."
"A lot depends on how long they Bronshteyn echoed Holaday's fears. "Hopefully it'll
hold out in Baghdad. If they resist be a short war, but it doesn't look like it," he said.
long enough, I wouldn't be surprised Bronshteyn said he was surprised that the bombings
if the loss of life was in the tens of started at dawn in Iraq.
thousands" he said. He said he remembered bombing starting late at
He also said that Saddam's own night during the last Persian Gulf War.
people could take him down. Katz said she worries about family members in
"Mussolini ended up on a meat Israel.
hook in Milan, and I imagine there's a They have been told to start carrying gas masks and
lot of Iraqis that would like to do the get to sealed rooms, she said. "Personal connections
same to Saddam," he added. make it even more real."
students complained about increased harass- tion of intellectual inquiry," according to the
ment and discrimination. Brown urged students website. Additional information can be viewed
to come forward with any future complaints. at www.clrt.umich.edu.
In addition, the Center for Research on University Counseling and Psychological
pared Learning and Teaching posted a list of guide- Services also posted information on its website
gency, lines on their website for professors who wish for dealing with emotional problems due to war.
hemi- to lead classroom war discussions. CRLT CAPS gives advice for handling emotions
encourages teachers and students to allow a including talking with friends or family, creative
while diversity of opinion and respect people's views. expression and staying healthy.
area, "Students will have very different interpreta- "We encourage you to be aware that such
aating tions of the war, its causes and its potential out- intense feelings can and often does cause
io so. comes. It is important to allow students to additional physical and mental strain," the
dated express these differences without fear of website states. "Just remember, that stressful
"use ridicule or attack, while also encouraging dis- times require us to be easier on ourselves. It is
agreement, which is a cornerstone of critical very important to be extra caring of ourselves
uslim thinking and part of the academy's long tradi- at this time."

IRAQ
Continued from Page 1A
British forces massed in the Kuwaiti desert close
to the Iraqi border, giant B-52 warplanes were
loaded with bombs and Tomahawk missile-carry-
ing ships were in position, all awaiting an attack
order from Bush.
Bush had given Saddam 48 hours to leave the
country or face war.
The ultimatum expired at 8 p.m. EST -4 a.m.
today in Baghdad, its population shrunken in
recent days by an exodus of thousands of fearful
residents.
Not long after, White House chief of staff
Andrew Card informed the president that intelli-
gence officials had no information that Saddam
had left Iraq, and Saddam's regime gave every
appearance of digging in.
In the minutes after the deadline, Iraqi TV
showed footage of a pro-Saddam march Tuesday
in Baghdad, with members of the crowd chanting
pro-Saddam slogans, some brandishing rifles and
carrying pictures of Saddam.
"We are dedicated to martyrdom in defense of
Iraq under your leadership," a loyal Iraqi parlia-
ment assured the Iraqi dictator before the U.S.
attack, and armed members of the ruling Baath
party deployed behind hundreds of sandbagged
defensive positions in Baghdad.
Even so, 17 Iraqi soldiers surrendered to Amer-
ican GIs during the day, eager to give up before
the shooting started.
Bush met periodically throughout the day
with his top aides at the White House and sent
formal notice to Congress that reliance on "fur-

ther diplomatic and other peaceful means
alone" would not suffice to counter "the con-
tinuing threat posed by Iraq."
White House spokesman Ari Fleischer said the
nation "ought to be prepared for the loss" of Ameri-
can lives once the military effort begins to depose
Saddam and recover weapons of mass destruction.
Along with the U.S.-led force approaching
300,000 troops massed in the Persian Gulf region
were 1,000 combat aircraft and five aircraft carri-
er battle groups. The United States claims the
public or private support of 45 other nations in a
coalition to topple Saddam. But only Britain, with
about 40,000 troops, was making a sizable contri-
bution to the military force.
In a run-up to war, U.S. aircraft also dropped
nearly 2 million leaflets over southern Iraq with a
variety of messages, including, for the first time,
instructions to Iraqi troops on how to capitulate to
avoid being killed.
Hundreds of miles away, at an air base in Eng-
land, crews loaded bombs aboard giant B-52
combat aircraft.
Apart from the desire to capture weapons of
mass destruction, Bush's submission to Congress
said a military attack could lead to the discovery
of information that would allow the apprehension
of terrorists living in the United States. An attack,
it said, "is a vital part of the international war on
terrorism."
Despite deep divisions at the United Nations,
Bush also claimed "the authority - indeed, given
the dangers involved, the duty - to use force
against Iraq to protect the security of the Ameri-
can people and to compel compliance with Unit-
ed Nations resolutions"

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