Unless the Village Voice just recently got bought by Rupert Murdoch, I think it can be fairly catagorized as pretty representative of the anti-war left.
Now if the pro-war right started focusing on Saudi Arabia's (or any other U.S.-backed fascist dictatorship's) human rights abuses and oppresive government, THEN I'd be impressed.
It seems that I am - in no particular order - Zack Morris, John Adams, a Siren, Janeane Garofalo, Cheer Bear, Aphrodite, a Chihuahua, Data, Cletus the Slack Jawed Yokel, Amy-Wynn Pastor, Hydrogen, Bjork, Spider-Man, Boston, and a Chaotic Good Elvin Bard-Mage.
"But the people who are protesting the war don't know what the regime is like." The young man pulls away his thin jacket and paisley shirt to show off a scar on his neck, and another two lashes on his breast, caused by a power-cable whipping. "You tell Bush my people are waiting for him."
I will admit though, it was VERY tough to say what side of the fence Kareem Fahim is on... True journalistic neutralism??? Well, judging by the content of the REST of the site, I would say no, but an interesting story nonetheless...
Not that restraint when posting in a "public" forum isn't a good thing...
Yes, there was some coverage of some Iraqis that didn't look pleased. However, I think the euphoric nature of the Iraqi people spoke for itself, and it wasn't just in baghdad, there were celebrations in northern Iraq and Southern Iraq today as well.