9/11: When truth became a casualty of war

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AlJazeeraEnglish on Sep 13, 2011

In a series of interviews with journalists and media commentators, we look back at the 9/11 attacks and the impact on the media landscape.

From the archives:

“Dear USA: Your 9/11 is our 24/7″ by Felicity Arbuthnot

Chris Hedges: We drank deep from that very dark elixir of nationalism

Ralph Nader on 9/11: The Empire’s Overkill

9/11 Paved the Way for America’s Permanent Wars of Aggression by Finian Cunningham

Paul Thompson: The 9/11 Timeline + Dahlia Wasfi: The Destruction of Iraq

After 9/11, Was War the Only Option? by Noam Chomsky

“Collateral Repair” – Turning Despair to Hope by Felicity Arbuthnot

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  7. I’m sorry Dawlin, I just couldn’t watch the whole thing…its one thing to read things like this, but audio-visual makes it sickening at best!

    • You should watch it, Mike. Make yourself watch it, it’s not too long. It’s important that we don’t turn this off and ignore it. Millions of Iraqi people, men, women, children and babies died at the hands of the US military, mercenaries and NATO. Millions are refugees to this day. The US destroyed their country. Reparations are needed. The occupation must end.

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