Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches from an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq

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He lives in California. An urgent, in-the-trenches report on the dire humanitarian crisis in U. Jamail's time in war-torn Iraq began in November , seven months after the Readers unsatisfied with mainstream coverage of the Iraq War will want to grab this, an up-close look at daily life in Iraq since the invasion.

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One of the few unaffiliated journalists in Iraq Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches from an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq. An award-winning, unembedded journalist tells the hidden story of American soldiers turning against military occupation. Now available in paperback with a new Afterword!

Dahr Jamail, author of Beyond the Green Zone, brings us inside the movement of military resistance to the occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan. Since , a majority in the United States have opposed the continued occupation of Iraq, and increasing skepticism surrounds the escalation in Afghanistan.

Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches from an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq

But how do the soldiers who carry out the American occupations see their missions? Fragmented reports of battalions refusing orders, of individual soldiers refusing redeployment and taking a public stand against the occupations have trickled into the mainstream reportage over the last five years.


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But how deep does the current of resistance run? What makes soldiers decide to go AWOL, file for conscientious objector status, and even serve sentences in military prison for their acts of refusal?

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The Iraq war has brought us Dahr Jamail. In this outstanding book, he describes the often secret resistance within the U.

He has taken great risks in the service of the truth. He has tirelessly told the stories of the victims, proud people in dire straits, writing with poignancy and immediacy, with eloquence and accuracy. If only the corporate networks would devote a small percentage of their resources to the type of reporting that Dahr Jamail accomplishes with next to nothing.