MidEast Dispatches: Two IPS stories, Truthout Interview

The Road to Learning Can Be Dangerous

Inter Press Service

By Ahmed Ali and Dahr Jamail*

BAQUBA, Feb 11 (IPS) – University professors now enjoy increased pay, but in the face of threats and isolation, there is little they are able to do in the world of academics.

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More Bombing Creates New Enemies

Inter Press Service

By Ali al-Fadhily and Dahr Jamail*

BAGHDAD, Feb 8 (IPS) – Now that the smoke has cleared and the rubble settled, residents of a group of bombed Iraqi villages see the raid as really a U.S. loss.

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Dahr Jamail Interviewed by TruthOut.org

February 8, 2008

Matt Renner of Truthout.org asks Dahr about some of the untold stories of the Iraq war, including the hidden (by the US media) ramifications of the so-called “surge” strategy and the backstory to the brutal 2004 sieges of Fallujah. Dahr also discusses the personal impact and choices related to being an “unembedded” correspondent reporting from a US-occupied war zone. View the full video here.

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