Said Hakki

Head, Red Crescent in Iraq

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Head of the Red Crescent in Iraq, on unpaid leave from the University of South Florida; Iraqi-American, who has been in Iraq since April 2003

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Yesterday, President Bush said Iraq was returning to " normalcy ," but today he conceded the situation is "dangerous and fragile."

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Yesterday, President Bush said Iraq was returning to " normalcy ," but today he conceded the situation is "dangerous and fragile."

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