Dahr Jamail

[audio:http://dissentradio.com/radio/09_11_11_jamail.mp3]

Independent journalist Dahr Jamail discusses the Ft. Hood massacre, repeated deployments that are breaking military morale, high veteran suicide rates, the blowback from waging a civilizational war against Islam and how the political value of dead soldiers decreases in relation to their distance from home.

MP3 here. (23:49)

Dahr Jamail, an independent journalist, is the author of The Will to Resist: Soldiers Who Refuse to Fight in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches From an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq. Jamail reported from occupied Iraq for nine months as well as from Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Turkey over the last five years.

5 thoughts on “Dahr Jamail”

  1. The guest spoke as if he Hassan were already convicted, e.g. "…doing what he did…". This is the kind of sloppiness that made mainstream news worth discounting. I wouldn't even presume guilt after a conviction.

  2. What I found interesting was that according to mainstream news Hasan shot the policewoman that shot him, in the legs. He did this from point blank range. If his intent was to kill American’s why did he do this? Could it be that his targets were specific people who had harassed him in the past?

  3. Saying all followers of Islam want to kill non-Muslim’s like Pipes believes is the same as saying all Israeli’s want to kill gentiles because Meir Kahane or Yaackov Teitel said so.

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