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Calls for and against U.S. involvement in Iraq

A dramatic reenactment of an Iraqi suicide bombing in which child is killed... outside the White House. This was an image these Iraqi protesters used to send a message to U.S. President Barack Obama to say that Iraq needs U.S. support. Protester Anwar Alzaidy says he wants Obama to step in to help stem the recent insurgency in Iraq by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIL (SOUNDBITE) (English) PROTESTER ANWAR ALZAIDY SAYING: "We want to ask the United States and the White House, especially the United States, especially the President Obama -- we need him to help Iraq attack the al Qaeda, attack Taliban. If we don't stop them, they're coming back again to U.S., like in Houston or Boston is what happened. Same people, same bad people. We want to stop them, we don't need them, we want to live with the peace, that's what we need." But David Barrows, part of separate group of protesters against war in Iraq, says he's tired of seeing the U.S. engaged

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