Scott Horton Interviews Raed Jarrar

Scott Horton, July 22, 2009

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Raed Jarrar, Iraq consultant for the American Friends Service Committee, discusses how the 2011 Iraq withdrawal deadline could be moved up, the U.S. Generals that complain about force restrictions issued by an assertive Iraqi government, the misconception of the Shiite majority as a monolithic entity and the terrible toll Iraq has endured to regain sovereignty.

MP3 here. (37:28)

Raed Jarrar maintains the In the Middle blog and is the Iraq consultant for the American Friends Service Committee.

3 Responses to “Raed Jarrar”

  1. 1,000,000 dead, it is a holocaust, considering most Iraqi’s were consumed by fire. Americans ought to pray that future perpetrators of near certain retaliation will show mercy where the US did not.

    Great show.

  2. Thanks for the interview, Scott.

    Hope you had a nice vacation.

    Hopefully, we will see the peaceful end of U.S. colonization right here in America. I cannot think of one killing of a civilian by the U.S. Government that has made me safer.

    Murdering MFs.

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