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Journalist And Former NPR Baghdad Bureau Chief Jamie Tarabay

Since 2000, Jamie Tarabay has been a foreign correspondent covering some of the world's highest-profile regions of conflict.

Since 2000, Jamie Tarabay has been a foreign correspondent covering some of the world’s highest-profile regions of conflict. She’s been arrested, proposed to by militiamen, interviewed everyone from world leaders to armed fighters, been shot at, felt the blast of an IED and the punches of demonstrators. Formerly NPR’s Baghdad bureau chief, she captured three years of reporting on Palestinians and Israelis in her first book A Crazy Occupation: Eyewitness to the Intifada. Australian by birth and Lebanese by heritage, Tarabay grew up in Sydney, Berlin and Beirut and can speak Arabic and French. She is now embarking on a two year project reporting on America’s Muslims.

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