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"I did not regret losing anything in my burnt house as much as I regret losing the 250 photographs



Published: Wed, January 12, 2005 @ 12:00 a.m.



"I did not regret losing anything in my burnt house as much as I regret losing the 250 photographs of my childhood and my late parents."

Alaa Sabri Hardan

A 20-year-old agriculture student, whose residence was destroyed last year in the battle of Fallujah, Iraq.

"There's this appeal about boycotts, anyone can take part in them and you can use your pocketbook to express your dissatisfaction. It's a way of feeling like we're participating in something bigger than ourselves."

Historian Lawrence Glickman

In light of anti-Bush groups calling for a boycott of businesses on Inauguration Day.




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