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2003 Stories by Kareem Fahim

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  • Britain's Dark Places

    published December 30, 2003

    It's a different island but a disturbingly familiar tale of suspended rights and justice denied. Human rights groups are calling two... More >>

  • The New Electable Howard Dean

    published December 16, 2003

    Howard Dean waxed magnanimous Sunday, reacting to the broadly welcomed announcement of Saddam Hussein's arrest. Progress in Iraq could be terrible... More >>

  • Dean Looks for New York Love

    published December 2, 2003

    Howard Dean, still at full clip in his restless national bid for the presidency, is loath to spend a night away from his bed in Vermont.... More >>

  • Ignoring the Voters, Democrats Pile on Pitiful Dean

    published November 25, 2003

    Dick Gephardt had been dogging Howard Dean for a week, and at last night's Iowa debate for Democrats, it showed. Gephardt, still boiling over the... More >>

  • Erase Your Student Loans the Howard Dean Way

    published November 18, 2003

    On Wednesday, Howard Dean’s campaign unveiled a revolutionary—some would say radical—proposal for lowering the cost of college in... More >>

  • Howard Dean's Class Action

    published November 18, 2003

    Howard Dean's plan to broaden access to America's colleges fought for attention last week through a crowded news patch. The candidate scooped up... More >>

  • NY Mirror

    published November 11, 2003

    It was only a matter of time before Arabs learned what America's black and Jewish comics have known for years: Stand-up is always deadlier backed... More >>

  • The Gray and the Green

    published October 28, 2003

    Captain Chris Hickey is one of dozens of army instructors who fairly float across West Point's storied Gothic campus, performers in a never ending... More >>

  • The Army of Dean

    published October 21, 2003

    Broad grins greeted Howard Dean's late arrival for Sukkoth at the Lincoln Square Synagogue, and Dean grinned back, buoyant in the easy style of a... More >>

  • Author David Cole Measures the Citizen-Noncitizen Divide

    published September 16, 2003

    Today's terrorized American is disinclined toward moral appeals, especially those that defend the rights of noncitizen Arabs and Muslims. David... More >>

  • Howard Dean Signals Right

    published September 2, 2003

    Alternative energy powers Howard Dean's euphoric bid for the presidency. An astonishing mix of Internet cash, anti-war conviction, and... More >>

  • The Whistle-Blower at the Art Party

    published August 5, 2003

    The whistle-blower tours the scene of a crime he is determined to reveal, in a blue seersucker suit and a paisley ascot. He is confident and... More >>

  • Playing With Soldiers

    published July 1, 2003

    BAGHDAD, IRAQ—Last week's announcement that U.S. authorities would start paying a monthly stipend (of $50 to $150) to as many as a... More >>

  • The New Man in Baghdad

    published June 17, 2003

    BAGHDAD—The last time the Iraqi Symphony Orchestra was supposed to perform for the country's leader, they got stuck with a deputy... More >>

  • Guilt by Association

    published May 20, 2003

    Khanaqin, Iraq—The Kurdish families drove hastily packed trucks over the hills to the eastern Iraqi village of Baba Mahmood five weeks... More >>

  • Baghdad: Halls of Mirrors

    published May 6, 2003

    BAGHDAD, IRAQ—A fight has erupted on the looted campus of Baghdad University on the first day back after an extended winter break,... More >>

  • On the Trail of the Missing

    published April 22, 2003

    Baghdad, Iraq—The grave diggers say that the bodies in many of the graves here in a walled-off enclave of the Kirkh Islamic Cemetery,... More >>

  • Checkpoint Baghdad

    published April 15, 2003

    There is a signal in Baghdad's latest noise, order emerging from the apocalyptic spectacle of looters, Kalashnikov-wielding gangs, and raging... More >>

  • Recalling Ahmed Chalabi

    published April 8, 2003

    AMMAN, JORDAN—With the entrance of coalition troops into Baghdad, all the battle talk is giving way to speculation about post-war... More >>

  • Saying No to Liberation

    published April 1, 2003

    AMMAN, JORDAN—Karim Al-Mayali still fumes when he talks about his ex-wife, the mother of his six-year-old boy, Ali. "It was a matter... More >>

  • The Unquiet Americans

    published March 25, 2003

    AMMAN, JORDAN—The heavy traffic of recent weeks has fallen to a whisper at Al-Karameh, the stark concrete and barbed-wire border post... More >>

  • Last Bus to Baghdad

    published March 18, 2003

    The air in the Iraqi Airways office by the bus station in Amman, hazy with cigarette smoke that swirls around low green couches and early-career... More >>

  • Jordan's South Rises, Again

    published March 11, 2003

    The southern Jordanian town of Ma'an is quieter these days, and except for a few blue, heavily armored troop carriers and a couple of shot-up... More >>

  • Waiting for the Barbarians

    published February 25, 2003

    AMMAN, JORDAN—To sit for tea in the dim, moldy café in the courtyard of the buildings where the Iraqi refugees gather is to... More >>

  • Was Tony Blair Listening?

    published February 18, 2003

    The morning before a million plus people marched London’s storied boulevards and spilled into Hyde Park for the nation’s largest ever... More >>

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