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War in Iraq

War in Iraq

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After U.S. Raid Syrians Wonder if War on Terror Has Arrived

New America Media, News report, Shane Bauer , Nov 11, 2008

The United States has been secretly attacking Al Qaeda in many countries since 2004. Such attacks have escalated in recent months and in Syria, where an attack occurred two weeks ago, many are angry as they wonder if "the war on terror" has arrived in Syria.

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Most Iraqi Refugees Still Unwilling to Return, Even for Money

New America Media, News Feature, Shane Bauer , Oct 31, 2008

The Iraqi embassy in Damascus recently announced that it would offer money and flights to Iraqi refugees wishing to return, but most of Syria's estimated 1 million Iraqi refugees still believe it is too risky to go home.

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Damascus Reacts to U.S. Attacks

New America Media, News Report, Shane Bauer, Oct 28, 2008

Two days after a U.S. Special Forces attack on Damascus, Syria, residents are angry and fearful of U.S. aggression in the region.

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Cross-Border Attacks in Syria and Pakistan Are No Coincidence

Arab Writers Group, Commentary, Ray Hanania, Oct 27, 2008

As the presidential candidates gear up for the home stretch the timing of the recent raids into Syria and Pakistan is no coincidence.

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McCain's Stuck Narrative

New America Media, Commentary, Randy Fertel, Oct 16, 2008

John McCain bills himself as a war hero, invoking his suffering in prison as a key thread to his narrative. But trauma does not automatically build character, and recovering from it needs a deeper understanding of ones own suffering.

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Biden and Palin and Middle East 101

Mosaic Intelligence Report, Video, Jamal Dajani, Oct 09, 2008

It's not enough to pronounce Ahmadinejad correctly. When it came to the Middle East, both Joe Biden and Sarah Palin forgot to bring their "Middle East 101" manuals.

Arab Media Give War on Terror an F

New America Media, News Analysis, Jalal Ghazi, Oct 04, 2008

Al Qaeda and other groups seem to be fulfilling the extreme ideology and global message of Osama bin Laden: Engage the Americans and their allies in long wars of attrition on as many fronts as possible.

Vietnam, Iraq -- is Pakistan Next?

New America Media, News Report, Ketaki Gokhale, Sep 30, 2008

Author and political commentator Tariq Ali believes the Bush order -- allowing ground attacks by American forces inside Pakistan -- fits a historical pattern.

In a Warrior's Age -- Author Decries U.S. Terror War

New America Media, News Report, Viji Sundaram, Sep 30, 2008

Noted British journalist Robert Fisk was in the Bay Area promoting his new book and criticizing the United States for the War on Terror.

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Translator Flees Iraq, Becomes American Pastry Chef

New America Media, News feature, Melanie Reynard, Sep 25, 2008

Ghazwan Al-sharif is a former translator for the U.S. military. He finally made it to America after years as a refugee in Jordan and now works in the factory making pastries.

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