The Associated Press is now reporting that it has uncovered secret statistics held by the Iraqi government showing 87,215 Iraqi citizens have been killed since 2005 as a result of everything from "catastrophic bombings to execution-style slayings." When tallied with records since 2003, it climbs to an estimated 110,600. (That number only includes "violent deaths.")
Here's some questions: Was it worth it? Would you characterize the Iraq War as a "just war?"
Related: See my article in Relevant Magazine's May/June issue entitled, Just War.