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Lisa F. Jackson filming The Greatest Silence
Jackson created the award-winning 2007 documentary film, The Greatest Silence: Rape in the Congo.
Film Festival, January 2008, for The Greatest Silence.
Then Ynar Mohammed explains to Amy Goodman why the plight of women in Iraq today is much worse--and women are much much more oppressed--than was the case under the dictator the Americans "liberated" the Iraqi people from.
The humanitarian crises in Congo and in Iraq remain greater and graver than the sad situation in Darfur, Sudan. So why is all our attention being channeled to Darfur? Could there be oil under the (increasing) sands of Sudan? Would a little "humanitarian military intervention" do any great harm to Exxon-Mobil? (Answers:  yes;  probably not.)
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