Dahr Jamail

One Man's Mission: Justice For Iraq

While in Boston in 1994, full-time peace activist Bert Sacks made a decision that changed his life forever. He decided to seek out a study produced by a group called the Harvard Study Team, which had reported to The Washington Post that the deliberate destruction of Iraq's civilian infrastructure by the US military, along with … Continue reading One Man's Mission: Justice For Iraq

Dahr Jamail: Iraqi Doctors Call Depleted Uranium Use "Genocide"

Contamination from depleted uranium (DU) munitions is causing sharp rises in congenital birth defects, cancer cases and other illnesses throughout much of Iraq, according to numerous Iraqi doctors. Iraqi doctors and prominent scientists believe that DU contamination is also connected to the emergence of diseases that were not previously seen in Iraq, such as new … Continue reading Dahr Jamail: Iraqi Doctors Call Depleted Uranium Use "Genocide"

International Lawyers Seek Justice For Iraqis

International lawyers and activists converged at a conference titled The Iraq Commission, in Brussels, Belgium, April 16 and 17, with the primary aim of bringing to justice government officials who are guilty of war crimes in Iraq. "Within a few days of this, a lawless atmosphere developed within my unit,” Ross Caputi, a former marine … Continue reading International Lawyers Seek Justice For Iraqis

Iraq, Ten Years Later, The U.S. Occupation's Impact On Children

Ten Years Later, U.S. Has Left Iraq with Mass Displacement & Epidemic of Birth Defects, Cancers In part two of our interview, Al Jazeera reporter Dahr Jamail discusses how the U.S. invasion of Iraq has left behind a legacy of cancer and birth defects suspected of being caused by the U.S. military’s extensive use of … Continue reading Iraq, Ten Years Later, The U.S. Occupation's Impact On Children