with Chris Hedges
September 13, 2010
AlJazeeraEnglish | September 13, 2010
On the 9th anniversary of 9/11, the fault lines between the US and the Muslim world seem to have expanded. As America’s internal cultural wars begin to affect its foreign policy, what are the options for President Obama? Which is the real US: The one that fights for Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan, or the one that considers US Muslims as the enemy within? And have Osama bin Laden’s hopes of driving a wedge between the US and the Muslim world become a reality?
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Excellent program that shed different lights on the complex and increasingly hostile relationship between the US and Islam. Islam has been vilified in the West and America has been vilified further in the Muslim world, and the clear winners in this historic quagmire are Osama Bin Laden, the neo-fascist movement in the US and the clandestine alliance of the military-industrial complex in the US, which is making a killing in this ominous and dangerous conflict. The bad guys on all sides of the conflict are, so far, winning this war, and the good guys are losing, after having been weakened and intimated by the rising and overwhelming tide of hatred, misunderstanding and bigotry on both sides of the conflict. It just doesn’t look good, and I’m afraid that it’s going to get much worse before this quick sand of a conflict is sorted out, one way or another.