MidEast Dispatches: Beyond the Green Zone on CSPAN and Interviewwith Dahr Jamail

Beyond the Green Zone on CSPAN’s Book TV

BookTV on CSPAN2 presents:

Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches from an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq

Author: Dahr Jamail

Upcoming Schedule

Sunday, January 13, at 6:00 AM
Sunday, January 13, at 2:00 PM
Sunday, January 13, at 10:00 PM

About the Program

Dahr Jamail talks about his experiences working as an unembedded journalist in Iraq and discusses what life is like for Iraqis living under U.S. occupation. The talk was held at the Unitarian Universalist Church in San Diego.


Drifting Into Dystopia: An Interview with Dahr Jamail


December 19, 2007

[by Scott Thill]

Dahr Jamail is that rarity in today’s journalism: An intrepid truth-teller who enters the line of fire unprotected by the planet’s greatest superpower. He may be unembedded, but his award-winning work, out now in the form of an amazing book called Beyond the Green Zone, is bulletproof with truth. And we need that more than ever nowadays, as the Iraqmire spirals into oblivion and the American empire falters. With an election on tap and no incentive for the Democrats to change course if they win in 2008, we could be looking at the last days of the United States as we know it. And we saw it coming the whole time.

Morphizm: Do you find it somewhat ironic that you are a journalist, wanting to get the truth out?

Continue reading “Drifting Into Dystopia: An Interview with Dahr Jamail”


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(c)2007 Dahr Jamail.
All images, photos, photography and text are protected by United States and international copyright law. If you would like to reprint Dahr’s Dispatches on the web, you need to include this copyright notice and a prominent link to the http://DahrJamailIraq.com website. Any other use of images, photography, photos and text including, but not limited to, reproduction, use on another website, copying and printing requires the permission of Dahr Jamail. Of course, feel free to forward Dahr’s dispatches via email.

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