Tuesday, 20 February 2007

An eyewitness view.

Guardian Weekly Guardian Unlimited

This article highlights how viewing torture and killing, sometimes daily, has effected Iraq's youth and the games they play. Murder and death have now become normal to them, they appear desensitized to such things. In the Western world we are worried that children that view violent films or representations of murder will then repeat the behaviour they view, in a copy-cat style. In Iraq the children are constantly exposed to killing and no one is shielding there impressionable eyes.

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