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Issue: "Iraq: Liberation Day 2004," April 10, 2004

&quotIsraelis do not understand how Palestinians are willing to sacrifice their own children in order to kill ours."

Dore Gold, adviser to Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, on the recent trend of terrorist groups strapping explosives to children and sending them on suicide missions. In the past two weeks, Israeli soldiers have caught both an 11-year-old boy and a 16-year-old wearing explosives.

&quotMy only regret in life

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is that none of my children are gay."

Sharon Osbourne, talk-show host and wife of rocker Ozzie Osbourne, at last week's 15th annual GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) Awards.

&quotI'm just a country girl ... but at the same time I'm like, wow ... I get to hang out with people like Britney and Leonardo."

Former Iraq war POW Jessica Lynch on how she wants to have her life return to normal but also enjoys the fame that her story of captivity has brought her.

&quotLeave the dancing to Broadway."

Carolina Panthers head coach John Fox on the message NFL owners were sending to players when they voted last week to adopt 15-yard penalties for excessive end-zone celebrations after touchdowns. Mr. Fox's advice to players: &quotAct like you've been there before."


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