Federal Bureau of Investigation agents in Ohio are interviewing dozens of people born in Iraq under the nation's heightened security alert during war. Cincinnati FBI spokesman James Turgal says the voluntary interviews are to gather intelligence on any potential threats to America. Special Agent Robert Hawk of the Cleveland Office says those interviewed have been polite, courteous and willing to help. He says they oppose Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. All FBI offices set up 24-hour emergency command posts once the first bombs were dropped in Iraq on Wednesday. That includes Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland and Toledo. Agents in Youngstown and Dayton are on call.