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July 08, 2004

Paul Wolfowitz Gets What He Asked For

There's an article about Fallujah in last week's New Yorker by a writer named Nir Rosen that's been getting a lot of attention. And rightfully so. Rosen is one of the very few Western journalists who's been courageous enough to go to Fallujah recently. I assume Paul Wolfowitz will compliment him for not staying in Baghdad and spreading rumors.

Also interesting is Rosen's letter to the Atlantic about a piece they recently published about Fallujah.

Finally... Rosen is especially brave for one reason in particular. It may be widely known, but if it's not it's probably not right for me to mention it here. If my mysteriousness intrigues you, email me at tinyrevolution [at] yahoo [dot] com and I'll explain what I'm talking about.

Posted at July 8, 2004 03:08 PM | TrackBack