Jamal's Beat

Peace Talks, Boycotts and U.S. Denial in the Mid-East

 
Editor's Note: New America Media asked journalist and commentator Jamal Dajani, host of Arab Talk Radio, to give us his analysis of current affairs in the Middle East:  The Syria peace talks that are continuing this week in Geneva; reactions in the Middle East to last week's State of the Union address by President Obama; a new movement calling for divestment and economic boycotts against Israel; and U.S. denial of rising violence in Iraq, more than two years after U.S. troops were officially withdrawn.  This video is part of an ongoing series of NAM exclusive interviews with Dajani on poiltics in the Middle East.

Jamal Dajani is a Peabody Award-winning news producer, journalist, filmmaker and Middle East analyst. He's the co-founder of Arab Talk Radio and a Senior Advisor to Internews. Follow Dajani on Twitter and read his blog posts on Facebook.

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