The Confronting Iraq film, produced by Roger Aronoff, attempts to set the record straight by going through the facts. Was the war a unilateral move driven by greed and politics? Or was it a necessary but unfortunate part of the larger, more expansive battle against radical Islam? Some thought that Saddam Hussein cast aside his ambitions of seeking weapons of mass destruction. Others persisted in claiming that Hussein’s regime shared close ties with Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda. Regardless of what the truth, the West has since engaged in an unheard of war. A true clash of civilizations. Aronoff leaves no stone unturned to offer insight into a devastating war that could affect people of all religions, worldwide.
The Confronting Iraq: Conflict and Hope film:
- Approx. 86 minutes
- DVD format
- Rated: NR
- Winner of the Gold Special Jury Award for Best Feature Documentary