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Israeli writer Larry Derfner on The Arab Street podcast

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Israeli writer Larry Derfner on The Arab Street podcast

Israeli writer Larry Derfner on The Arab Street podcast Israeli writer and author Larry Derfner joined Palestinian writer Ray Hanania on TheArabStreet.org Podcast for a discussion about the challenges facing Palestinians and Israelis and the fight for peace. Born and raised in the U.S., Derfner started his career in journalism in Los Angeles and continued…

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Will Khashoggi’s demise at least help end the Yemen war?

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Will Khashoggi’s demise at least help end the Yemen war?

Will Khashoggi’s demise at least help end the Yemen war? By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz   Debate about the forensic aspect of the Saudi murder has been exhaustive and repetitive. It is time to change the focus.   Riyadh is not ready to assume any responsibility for the death of the Saudi Washington Post opinion writer…

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Responding to New York Times “We Need to Talk About God”

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Responding to New York Times “We Need to Talk About God”

The weekend’s New York Times featured the opinion piece by author Jonathan Merritt,“We Need to Talk About God” noting some “real-world consequences” when we don’t. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. warned,“the church must be reminded that it is not the master or the servant of the state, but rather the conscience of the state. It…

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Christian Zionism: an explosive interfaith formula

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Christian Zionism: an explosive interfaith formula

Christian Zionism: an explosive interfaith formula In its one-sided support of Israel, Christian Zionism tramples on a universally accepted social welfare principle: do no harm in delivering assistance. Implication: in helping Israelis, do not hurt Palestinians.  By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz In its one-sided support of Israel, Christian Zionism tramples on a universally accepted social welfare…

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Khashoggi mystery: From Turkey with Love

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Khashoggi mystery: From Turkey with Love

Khashoggi mystery: From Turkey with Love The story of Mr. Djamel (Jamal) Khashoggi: From Turkey with Love, is not the story that one would rush to read; it is far from the legendary love story (Majnoon Leïla) in Arab literature. By Abdennour Toumi Visualize a sweaty day in Istanbul, on the European bank of the…

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Israel hits legal wall in censorship battle

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Israel hits legal wall in censorship battle

Israel hits legal wall in censorship battle Israel’s campaign to bully and censor its critics has expanded from imposing censorship of journalists in Israel and harsher brutal censorship on journalists in the occupied Wes Bank and Occupied Jerusalem has expanded further to foreign lands through its sinister AIPAC Lobby. The lobby and its allies have…

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