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Do you believe the Diana inquest?

Ros Atkins Ros Atkins | 11:03 UK time, Thursday, 14 December 2006

Hi there. As Pete's already highlighted. there are two stories which so many of you are interested in - the Diana inquiry, and the research into male circumcision and HIV / AIDS.

These are the questions you want asked - you can post your answers now.:

ON THE DIANA REPORT:

Do you now accept this explanation of how Diana died?
And why do so many people care so strongly about Diana?

ON THE HIV / AIDS RESEARCH:

Would you consider being circumcised because of this report?
Would you consider getting your son circumcised becuase of this report?
And is there a danger that this research will encourage people to take more chances with unprotected sex?

IF YOU MISSED THE MEETING, HERE ARE THE STORIES THAT DIDN'T MAKE TODAY'S SHOW...

1. MATTHEW IN KENYA: 'Why don't we have a discussion on Mr. Deya who "creates" miracle babies?' Matthew I think you are talking about this.

2. BASHIR CALLED FROM AFGHANISTAN DURING LAST NIGHT'S SHOW... HE SAYS THE MEDIA ISN'T PAINTING A PROPER PICTURE
He told us that 'people don't understand what's going on here. In Afghanistan there is no security nor stability, especially in the border region. It's Pakistan's fault - they don't want a strong Afghanistan.' Do you want to hear more from him and others in Afghanistan?

Bashir we're going to call you back, and record a description of what you see happening in your country. Then we'll see who else responds. It may play tonight or tomorrow. Thanks for getting in touch.

3. THE FOUNDER OF ATLANTIC RECORDS IS CRITICALLY ILL

This from David here in the WHYS office:
The founder of Atlantic Records, Ahmet Ertegun, is in a coma and is 'critical' following a fall a few weeks ago, say his doctors. He's a giant in the music business, made stars of Ray Charles and Aretha Franklin and many others. Might be good to hear from Atlantic's fans, and his friends, or is it too early for such a tribute?

4. THE ROLE OF THE MUSLIM WORLD IN IRAQ

An email from Karnie:
There's growing concern that when US troops pull out if Iraq, Iranians will back Shi'ites and the Saudi Arabia are now saying they will arm the minority Sunni population.

I would like to know what brings Muslim countries them together when they are attacked by the west and what separates them when they are attacked by each other? Should they not come together especially in the current climate?

DO YOU WANT TO JOIN OUR MEETING TOMORROW MORNING? This will explain how.

Speak to you later.

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