Yesterday night was fantastic: First a Kurdish wedding and then hanging out downtown Sulaimany next to what we can call a river walk. On our way back we went by the Olof Palme Park, that had a sign in Swedish next to it with the famous quote "Alla folks frihet, hela varldens fred" (All peoples' freedom, the whole world's peace). It was a perfect ending to a day that started with a visit at the terrible crime scences of Halabja (see entry below in Swedish). However, there is one evident paradox here: All Kurds I have met think that the US was totally right to invade Iraq and remove Saddam. But still I would have wanted to give the UN more time in order to try all possible UN-ways before an invasion, even though we are all extremly happy that Saddam is gone. So, Bush was not right, but nor are the extreme left-wingers, nationalists and other that never accept interventions to prevent crimes against humanity. That is maybe the fate of a progressive social democrat, to try to find ways in between. Anyway, got to go now, off to see some student groups and some people at a university. Will try to write more soon!