Reporter Goes Undercover in Syria

Friday, October 28, 2011

Ramita Navai is a reporter who spent two weeks undercover in Syria. She tells The Takeaway about her experience and she's also the star of the upcoming Frontline documentary "Syria Undercover." Today the New York Times is reporting that Turkey is sheltering members of the Free Syrian Army, an armed opposition group attempting to bring down the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. The group has been staging attacks inside Syria and plotting those same attacks from a camp that is being actively guarded by the Turkish military. Turkey says it is protecting the group out of humanitarian concern, but the move underscores the changing political landscape of the region.

Guests:

Ramita Navai

Produced by:

Joseph Capriglione

Comments [1]

Kevin O'Connell from South Orange NJ

It isn't about the "share" of taxes, it's about the tax rates.

Billionaires and millionaires should not be able to pay taxes based on lower rates than middle class taxpayers!

To dissemble by talking about the "share" is pure deceit!

Oct. 28 2011 07:20 AM

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