Kim Ghattas – “Black Wave” and How the Middle East Perceives U.S.-Iran Tensions | The Daily Show

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Published on January 29, 2020

“Black Wave” author Kim Ghattas explains the conflict between the United States and Iran from a Middle Eastern perspective and delves into the Iran-Saudi Arabia rivalry. #TheDailyShow #KimGhattas #BlackWave

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  • john aloe 10 months ago

    trevor is the best

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJ0PBVOKUg8&t=8s

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  • mehedi haque 10 months ago

    It’s always going to depend on the future generation?fuck this the new generation have to deal with this shit on the decade from random ass boomer problems #okboomer

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  • Benjamin Jensen 10 months ago

    With Ally’s like the United States who needs enemies. He was also originally an ally defeating ISIS and the Taliban, he did not directly kill 600 US soldiers but did train soldiers that ended up carrying out attacks on US soldiers. Following September 11th, 2001, Iranian diplomats under Soleimani’s direction collaborated with the U.S. to fight the Taliban. The Kurdish and Shia looked at him as a hero. Assassinating a head of state is a violation of the Geneva convention and an act of war. Imagine the outrage if a foreign power deliberately assassinated one of our Generals, most Americans would consider it an act of war. I know it sounds like I’m defending him but just want to point out the entire story is not being told in this interview.

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  • KootFloris 10 months ago

    Iran’s expansion? They’ve been self defending for decades. Ever seen the Meme: “Why did Iran put its country so close to our military bases?” The US want Iran’s oil and please Saudi Arabia, who are actually the biggest exporters of terrorism. But hey, the Saudis buy US stuff and sends oil.

    And those that start shouting Iran is terrorism. Ha, their government is nasty, their people want peace too. Many even love US movies. There’s no good vs evil here. It’s a mess of money, power, lies and fear for American as much as the other way around.

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  • Divyanshu Masulkar 10 months ago

    I do not think the people of Iran would have celebrated all these things..but you know what. whatever who cares ?

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  • SalesPros 10 months ago

    Millions have been born a crime others condemned.. Kim Ghatta is westernized…so her views are not from ground experienced… USA everyone writes books.. USA has been behind the mayhem in the Middle East..

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  • Charles Tredway 10 months ago

    That was a great interview. A breath of fresh air to know what is going on in that region of the world.

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  • Om A 10 months ago

    She is BSing. Books does not reflect the reality! She talk nice about Saudi while they were behind 9/11 and the current dictatorship is brutal and sick. She call them reformist, well!!

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  • Jovon BlackPixel 10 months ago

    Trevor is just too good…
    He is not getting the proper praise.
    He’s clearly the hardest working producer and political commentator.
    Every time I leave his videos I learn something about the world and I’m inspired to read.

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  • The Juicy Mop 10 months ago

    8 ᴅsʟɪᴋᴇs? Wᴏᴡ

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  • johaniffsofiz 10 months ago

    Like I’ve been preaching to my friends…just let the new generation take control already. The old leaders and old authorities are simply carrying too much baggage for any real progress. Not just in the Middle East but in every country in the whole world. LET THE YOUNG FORGE A BRIGHTER FUTURE!

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  • stan hootzz 10 months ago

    New York Times OP-ED~~~~~~”ANOTHER DISASTER in the MAKING” ….1/15/20
    the GOP/TRUMPS PURGING of 3 million
    SSI-MEDICAID recipients from SSI_MEDICAID rolls by 2024.
    …………………………………………………………………….started spring 2019. by “NYT’s” Johnathan Stein
    ………………….MURDERING the MENTALLY ILL fer their TAX BREAKS.

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  • cortezyvonne 10 months ago

    OK WHY DID I THINK THIS WAS KRISTEN WIGG ON THE THUMBNAIL WOW!

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  • amin jamal mungin 10 months ago

    Anyone who reads the history of US/Iranian relations impartially arrives to the conclusion that the US has been trying to end them for decades

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  • Tseleng Botlhole 10 months ago

    Ever since I can remember when growing up the Middle East was at war, I will be 50 in March…..???

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  • bear 10 months ago

    She should avoid the saudi embassy. Any way, this book sounds interesting, i need to grab a copy

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  • david dib 10 months ago

    Kim Ghattas is honest, clear, and diplomatic about the middle east all at the same time

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  • Mr Castro 10 months ago

    Well I didn’t see the killing of Solemani celebrated on the news tho…. all I saw was a bunch of pissed off middle easterners

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  • Grímnir 10 months ago

    As far as I’m concerned, we need to get as many robots deployed to the Middle East and South Africa as possible because we seem to need to make sacrifices in those areas and I’d prefer if they weren’t human lives

    Don’t get me wrong, I love human sacrifice as much as the next guy, but sacrificing human lives is just so last century

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  • Rufus Williamson 10 months ago

    I was lead to believe Saudi and Iran are at ‘war’ over the status of Muhammad; one side believes he was a man while the other side believes he came to this Earth as a ‘spirit’. Anyone else see the documentary on this subject?

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