BAGHDAD, Iraq -- On a recent afternoon, two sheiks representing their Sunni and Shiite communities meet in the modest studio of Radio Dijla to discuss terrorism and why people are killing innocent civilians.and
This is talk radio in Iraq.
"Our country has been usurped by a `with us or against us attitude,"' says Al-Alani, who has worked as a reporter in Iraq for 44 years. "This station is giving all Iraqis a chance to express their viewpoints in a non-confrontational manner. Our audience enjoys this; they want peace."