Monthly Archives: July 2005

Now on DVD: Falluja 2004

A film by Japanese independent journalist Toshikuni Doi Fallujah has become a symbol of the resistance movement against the U.S. occupation of Iraq. In April 2004, the U.S. forces invaded Fallujah with several thousand soldiers. Why did Fallujah become a base of the resistance against the occupation? How did the U.S. forces attack? Who fought […]

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Dahr Jamail Speaks with Amy Goodman about World Tribunal on Iraq

Having just returned from testifying at the culminating session of the World Tribunal on Iraq in Istanbul, Dahr shares information and his perspective on the US occupation of Iraq. In this excellent 20 minute interview, Dahr and Amy discuss the lack of reporting on the recent bombings in Iraq that killed a similar number of […]

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From No Man’s Land to Displacement

The Iraqi/Jordanian border is a land of desolation. Coils of razor wire stretch into the desert whilst sun-grayed plastic bags caught in their sharpness flap in the hot, dry winds. In No Man’s Land, Jamail exposes yet another face of the human consequences of the US occupation of Iraq — the suffering and resistance of […]

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Tomgram: Dahr Jamail on the Zarqawi Phenomenon

Just in the last few days, according to USA Today, a “propaganda video purportedly made by al-Qaeda-linked terror suspect Abu Musab al-Zarqawi” has been released showing suicide attacks against U.S. forces in Iraq supposedly inspired by or ordered by him. Since George Bush first mentioned him in October 2002 in a speech in Cincinnati as […]

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