Stories by Dahr Jamail

Dahr Jamail, a Truthout staff reporter, is the author of The Will to Resist: Soldiers Who Refuse to Fight in Iraq and Afghanistan (Haymarket Books, 2009, and Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches From an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq (Haymarket Books, 2007).  subscribe to Dahr Jamail's feed

Posted on: Jul 17, 2014, Source: TomDispatch

Correspondent Dahr Jamail offers his account of recent events in Iraq, and how the U.S. is contributing to the country's disintegration.

Posted on: Dec 17, 2013, Source: TomDispatch.com

There are perfectly serious scientists -- not the majority of all climate scientists by any means, but thoughtful outliers -- who suggest that climate change isn’t just really bad; it’s catastrophic.

Posted on: Mar 26, 2013, Source: TomDispatch

Iraq of 2013 staggers onward in a climate of perpetual crisis toward a future where the only givens are more chaos, more violence, and yet more uncertainty.

Posted on: Mar 18, 2013, Source: Al Jazeera English

In today's Iraq, it is unfortunately all too easy to find Iraqis who have had loved ones who have been detained and tortured, and the trend is increasing.

Posted on: Mar 18, 2013, Source: Al Jazeera English

Two US-led wars in Iraq have left behind hundreds of tons of depleted uranium munitions and other toxic wastes.

Posted on: Jun 28, 2011, Source: Al Jazeera English and MaxBlumenthal.com

Activists say the ship directed at breaking Israel's blockade of Gaza has been damaged in Greek port; exposing Hagee's support for pro-Israel legal group.

Posted on: Jun 16, 2011, Source: Al Jazeera

Scientific experts believe Japan's nuclear disaster to be far worse than governments are revealing to the public.

Posted on: Jan 18, 2011, Source: IPS News

Gulf residents and community leaders vented their increasingly grave concerns about the widespread health issues brought on by the three-month-long oil spill.

Posted on: Aug 30, 2010, Source: IPS News

They tied an absorbent rag to a weighted hook, dropped it overboard, then pulled it up to find it covered in a mix of BP's crude oil and toxic dispersants.

Posted on: Aug 2, 2010, Source: Inter Press Service

Contrary to recent media reports of a quick recovery in the Gulf of Mexico, scientists and biologists are terrified about impacts that will likely span "several decades".

Posted on: Mar 16, 2010, Source: IPS News

"The real ruler in Iraq now is the rule of old traditions and tribal, backward laws," says one expert, who says women have lost their freedom under the U.S. occupation.

Posted on: Jan 25, 2010, Source: AlterNet

Soldiers who face unexpected parenting hardships and are unable to deploy are supposed to be honorably discharged. Instead they are being slapped with criminal charges.

Posted on: Jan 15, 2010, Source: TruthOut.org

The military is claiming that Marc Hall "communicated a threat" through a rap song that angrily denounces the policy that has barred him from exiting the army.

Posted on: Nov 20, 2009, Source: AlterNet

"This would do irreparable harm to her child. I think they are doing this to punish her."

Posted on: Nov 9, 2009, Source: Asia Times

The shooting tragedy at Fort Hood on Friday points to a much larger problem of combat stress and overdeployment in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Posted on: Aug 11, 2009, Source: TomDispatch.com

AWOL soldiers who turned themselves in endure deplorable conditions, not knowing whether they'll face charges, trial, deployment, or medical release.

Posted on: Jul 14, 2009, Source: TruthOut.org

Victor Agosto argues that, in accordance to the Nuremburg Principles, the war in Afghanistan is an illegal war.

Posted on: Jul 1, 2009, Source: Investigative Fund at The Nation Institute

From suicide to desertion to refusal to deploy -- service members' dissent may be growing into something far larger.

Posted on: Apr 21, 2009, Source: TruthOut.org

Tit-for-tat killings, roadside bombs and suicide strikes are rising -- and no sign of reconciliation between Sunni militias and the Iraqi government.

Posted on: Apr 8, 2009, Source: TruthOut.org

Iraq is teetering on the brink of returning to the bloodletting of 2006 and mid-2007.

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