After Words with Deborah Amos
NPR foreign correspondent Deborah Amos talked about the plight of Sunnis in the Middle East after the fall of Saddam Hussein’s Sunni… read more
NPR foreign correspondent Deborah Amos talked about the plight of Sunnis in the Middle East after the fall of Saddam Hussein’s Sunni dominated government in Iraq. She looked at what has happened to Sunnis in Iraq, Jordan, and Lebanon.
Ms. Amos discussed her book with Mohamad Bazzi, a Middle Eastern Studies senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and journalism professor at New York University. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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