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Dahr Jamail

Teflon Dons

Feb 12, 2009 Dahr Jamail

Americans talked about reconstruction. Today, leading Sheikhs will tell you that they are in "the construction business". Every dealer needs a front man. The US bought the Sheikhs off and it was to their immediate advantage to be bought off. As for

'Today Is Better Than Tomorrow'

Dec 14, 2006 Dahr Jamail

I've long since abandoned asking myself the question: How much worse can it get in Iraq? My Iraqi friends and colleagues tell me that one of the more popular sayings in Baghdad nowadays is the above.


Destruction, Death, And Drastic Measures

As Israeli pilots continue to drop American made precision-guided bombs from F-16's and Hezbollah launches barrages of rockets ever deeper into Israel, the radicalization of both populations -- and of the region -- only intensifies amid the spreading

Living Under The Bombs

Feb 03, 2005 Dahr Jamail

One of the least reported aspects of the U.S. occupation of Iraq is the oftentimes indiscriminate use of air power by the American military -- the majority of the casualties are civilian –- mothers, children, the elderly, and other unarmed civilians.


The Devastation

The devastation of Iraq? Where do I start? After working 7 of the last 12 months in Iraq, I'm still overwhelmed by even the thought of trying to describe this.

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