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War in Iraq

War in Iraq

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'Terror TV Bill Raises Questions about Freedom of Press

New America Media, News Analysis, Jalal Ghazi, Mar 04, 2010

The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed Bill 2278 two months ago, which according to its author Rep. Gus Bilirakis, R-Fla., would label certain Middle Eastern satellite providers of incendiary television programming as terrorist organizations, in an effort to prevent radical anti-American propaganda from hitting the airwaves.

Fighting the War at Home

New America Media, Commentary, Jeremy P., Feb 21, 2010

A soldier returns safely after surviving sniper fire and roadside bombs in Iraq and Afghanistan. But the hypervigilance and suppressed emotions that kept him alive have taken a heavy toll. Jeremy P. wrote of his experiences for the Veterans Workshop, a New America Media writing project for military veterans.

Jailed Soldier Rapper Bids for U.S. Trial

New America Media, News Report, Aaron Glantz, Feb 17, 2010

Lawyers for U.S. Army specialist Marc Hall, whose incendiary rap song landed him in the brig, are demanding that his trial take place in the United States, not Iraq.

christians in middle east

Eye on Arab Media: Middle East Christians Face Uncertain Future

New America Media, News Report, Jalal Ghazi, Feb 16, 2010

Christians in the Arab world who played an important role in developing pan-Arab movements in the 1950s and enriched its culture have serious concerns about their future in the Middle East. Iraqi Christians are fleeing persecution, while Egyptian Copts face discrimination.

Marc Hall

Court-Martial in Middle East for Angry Rapper-Soldier

New America Media, News Report, Aaron Glantz, Feb 12, 2010

A U.S. Army Specialist wrote an angry rap to protest being kept past his enlistment commitment by the Defense Department. Now he faces court martial in the Middle East where his unit is based.

America

U.S. War Veterans Fight Deportation

La Opinin, News Report, Pilar Marrero, Translated by Elena Shore and Suzanne Manneh, Jan 24, 2010

Not even the most decorated and honorable military service can protect U.S. war veterans from ruthless immigration laws.

Jordan

Jordan: Al-Qaeda Hotbed?

Mosaic Intelligence Report, Video, Jamal Dajani, Jan 16, 2010

The recent incident of the Jordanian suicide bomber who blew himself up in Afghanistan took many Jordanians by surprise, especially when they learned about the depth of the cooperation between their government and the US in the"war on terror."

CIA

CIA and Security - Lost in Translation

Mosaic Intelligence Report, Video, Jamal Dajani, Jan 11, 2010

The US security failure is not at airports, but rather with overseas intelligence agencies. Jamal Dajani says the CIA has done a shoddy job of gathering information in Arab and Muslim countries.

cancer in Iraq

Cancer The Deadly Legacy of the Invasion of Iraq

New America Media, News Digest, Jalal Ghazi, Jan 06, 2010

Cancer and birth defects are skyrocketing in Iraq. Arab media say Iraqi doctors are struggling to cope and are worried that the impact of depleted uranium in bombs used in Iraq will be felt for years to come.

America

Heartbreak on Americas Frontlines

New America Media, Commentary, William McComb , Jan 03, 2010

U.S.servicemen and women can pay the ultimate price for the nations safety and security at the most unexpected times, in the most unexpected places. William McComb wrote this for the Veterans Workshop, a New America Media writing project for military veterans.

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