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Pacifica Correspondent Jerry Quickley on Iraqi Resistance and Life Under Occupation in Baghdad

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"It’s clear how difficult it is to be an Iraqi and survive in Baghdad now"–KPFK/Pacifica Radio producer Jerry Quickley joins us in our firehouse studio to talk about his experience on Iraq.

  • Jerry Quickley, producer and correspondent for Pacifica Radio. He is recently back from Iraq, he reported for Democracy Now! from Baghdad last Monday following the series of bombings that killed up to 40 people.

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