Posts Tagged “conflict”

The Arab Street Radio: Ghassan Khatib on future of Israel-Palestine peace

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The Arab Street Radio: Ghassan Khatib on future of Israel-Palestine peace

The Arab Street Radio: Ghassan Khatib on future of Israel-Palestine peace Former Palestinian official and now Birzeit University professor Ghassan Khatib guests on The Arab Street Arab radio show with host Ray Hanania. The Arab Street Radio show is broadcast live in Detroit on WNZK AM 690 Radio on the 2nd Friday of each month…

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PBS to air documentary on struggle of Iraqi family August 27, 2018

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PBS to air documentary on struggle of Iraqi family August 27, 2018

PBS to air documentary on struggle of Iraqi family August 27, 2018 Caught in the Crossfire, an Iraqi Family Remains Determined to Rebuild in ‘Nowhere to Hide,’ Airing August 27, 2018 on PBS. The documentary is described as an Unforgettable Look at a Battle-Torn Iraq and War’s Human Consequences Fifteen years after the U.S. invasion…

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A regional approach to ending the Palestinian-Israeli conflict

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A regional approach to ending the Palestinian-Israeli conflict

A regional approach to ending the Palestinian-Israeli conflict Writer Ghassan Rubeiz explores the challenge of ending the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and achieving peace on a regional basis. By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz Peacemaking is more about settling on new ideas and novel experiences than about border disputes. In the role of occupiers, Israelis have developed an arbitrary sense…

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Official Statement by President Trump on Jerusalem

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Official Statement by President Trump on Jerusalem

Official Statement by President Trump on Jerusalem Diplomatic Reception Room 1:07 P.M. EST THE PRESIDENT: Thank you. When I came into office, I promised to look at the world’s challenges with open eyes and very fresh thinking. We cannot solve our problems by making the same failed assumptions and repeating the same failed strategies of…

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Reconciliation, a Tale of Two Seas

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Reconciliation, a Tale of Two Seas

It’s 2011, and Bahrain is a divided society. Can they reconcile?

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Why Aden is so Important?

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Why Aden is so Important?

By Gamal Gasim Several weeks have passed since the beginning of the Saudi-led military operation against the forces of the Houthis-Saleh alliance. While Saleh has made a pretense of looking for a political solution, his forces have joined the Houthis for intense fighting in Aden, Taiz, and Mareb. The Saleh and Houthi forces have indicated…

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