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Healing the Nation after Trump

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Healing the Nation after Trump

Healing the Nation after Trump By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz I am less worried about how firmly Trump is disciplined than about how focused our leaders are on the future of America. We are facing a severe pandemic, a major economic crisis, a rural-urban political split and a growing national ideological societal divide. A diversity-sensitive approach…

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The Breach of the Capitol: An American Wake Up Call  

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The Breach of the Capitol: An American Wake Up Call  

The Breach of the Capitol: An American Wake Up Call    By Imad Hamad   I am an independent. I always vote for the person not the party. My political identity is that I am simply a proud American citizen. I am naturalized- an American by choice.  Since 1980, the year I landed in America, I have learned to…

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The Abraham Accords undermined much needed peace with Palestinians

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The Abraham Accords undermined much needed peace with Palestinians

The Abraham Accords undermined much needed peace with Palestinians By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz For many decades, I have been advocating for peace between Israel and the Palestinians. (Justice and the Intifada: Palestinians and Israelis Speak about Peace, Friendship Press, 1991; Unified in Hope: Arabs and Jews Talk about Peace, WCC publications, 1987). Regretfully, I have…

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Pollard Free in Israel: Vanunu Remains Captive

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Pollard Free in Israel: Vanunu Remains Captive

On the Tuesday before Christmas, Jonathan Pollard, former U.S. Navy analyst and convicted spy flew with his wife from Newark to Tel Aviv, on a private plane provided by Sheldon Adelson and received a hero’s welcome from Prime Minister Netanyahu. By Eileen Fleming US taxpayers provide Israel more ‘benjamin’s’ than to any other country. Adjusted for inflation,…

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Arab Radio: Censorship on Social Media targets Arab Americans

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Arab Radio: Censorship on Social Media targets Arab Americans

Arab Radio: Censorship on Social Media targets Arab Americans Alice Speri, the writer with The Intercept online news discusses her recent article co-authored with Sam Biddle about censorship on social media. Speri discusses a recent decision to censor a university program exploring history because one of the topics was Leila (Laila) Khaled, the first woman…

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Arab Radio: Alice Speri of The Intercept discusses Social Media censorship

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Arab Radio: Alice Speri of The Intercept discusses Social Media censorship

Arab Radio: Alice Speri of The Intercept discusses Social Media censorship Alice Speri, a writer with The Intercept, will join radio host Ray Hanania on Friday December 11, 2020 at 8 AM EST on “The Ray Hanania Show” on WNZK AM 690 Radio in Detroit to discuss rising censorship on Social Media platforms like Facebook…

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