The U.N.'s decision to authorize and the subsequent military effort to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya has elicited a sharp debate across the international community. Although more Americans support the effort than oppose it, the margin is narrow and there is a diversity of opinions here at home. To get a sense of what our friends and neighbors are feeling about America's involvement in the military effort to quell the Gadhafi regime, we speak to a round table of listeners from across the country.   Two-tour Iraq veteran, Marine Staff Sgt John Jones, New York  City cab driver Oumar Kaba, listener  John from Massachusetts and Jihan Jamal, a dance instructor from Miami, Florida.

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