Posts Tagged “Israeli–Palestinian conflict”

Illinois Governor Rauner can do the right thing

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Illinois Governor Rauner can do the right thing

Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner can do the right thing and support Middle East peace by rejecting a bill sponsored by pro-Israel activist Il Rep. Sara Feigenholtz and urge the Illinois General Assembly to support peace based on Two-States, non-violence and the respect of human rights. Rauner can also take a strong stand to defend the…

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Dubai welcomes company that drives Palestinian destruction in Israel

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Dubai welcomes company that drives Palestinian destruction in Israel

Increasingly, Dubai is demonstrating how profit and greed can overcome principle and justice, opening its doors without a whimper or a protest to allow Caterpillar, a company with a 60 year history of supporting Israel’s destruction of Palestinian homes, lands and lives to establish a base there. Caterpillar announced this week that it is building a…

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Don’t Expect Middle East Peace to Be a Presidential Campaign Issue

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Don’t Expect Middle East Peace to Be a Presidential Campaign Issue

As the American presidential campaign gets into swing, there will be a big focus on the battle among the larger field of conservative and extremists Republicans like Cruz, Rand, Rubio and maybe a half dozen more, and they won’t be talking Middle East peace. But neither will Hillary Clinton or any Democrats who challenge her….

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New Amnesty International report slams Hamas for War Crimes

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New Amnesty International report slams Hamas for War Crimes

After an exhaustive investigation, the human rights group Amnesty International has concluded that Palestinian militants also committed war crimes against Israel including the accidental killing of some Palestinians. The human rights group has already issued an extensive report on the war crimes committed by Israel during the conflict and again urges the United Nations to investigate both sides…

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Amnesty International blasts Israel on ICC response

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Amnesty International blasts Israel on ICC response

Retaliation Against Palestine’s Welcome Accession to ICC Must Stop Israel, the USA and EU member states must refrain from punishing or threatening Palestine for taking the positive step of granting the International Criminal Court (ICC) jurisdiction over crimes under international law in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT), Amnesty International said today. Amnesty International welcomes Palestine¹s…

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Living in Urban Palestine

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Living in Urban Palestine

By Yousef Khatib Camillo Sitte believed that there is an art in the planning of cities; so then that would define the “city” an urban landscape, a defining measure of cultural value. Various historical and contemporary critics of urban landscapes, express that architecture and urbanism have always been products of social, cultural, political, economic and…

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President Obama Support a FREE Vanunu END Israel’s Nuclear Deceptions

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President Obama Support a FREE Vanunu END Israel’s Nuclear Deceptions

President Obama Support a FREE Vanunu END Israel’s Nuclear Deceptions By TNT/Telling Nuclear Truths To be delivered to President Barack Obama We thank you for your March 2014 declassification of 45 years of top-secret documents revealing cabinet secretaries and senior advisers to then President Richard Nixon acceding to Israel becoming a “threshold nuclear state.” We…

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Vanunu’s Family Affair and US-Israeli Reality-Check: Nukes and ‘Peace Talks’

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Vanunu’s Family Affair and US-Israeli Reality-Check: Nukes and ‘Peace Talks’

Vanunu’s Family Affair and US-Israeli Reality-Check: Nukes and ‘Peace Talks’ By Eileen Fleming Exclusive to The Arab Daily News   Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday the U.S. is questioning its role in the Israeli-Palestine peace talks, noting it was “reality-check time” for negotiators from both parties. In the past week, Israel cancelled the…

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Podcast Interview: Peter Kirstein discusses Columbia College censorship of Arab professor

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Podcast Interview: Peter Kirstein discusses Columbia College censorship of Arab professor

Podcast Interview: Peter Kirstein discusses Columbia College censorship of Arab professor By Ray Hanania Peter Kirstein, vice president of the Illinois Conference of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), discusses a recent AAUP report which concluded that Columbia College Professor Iymen Chehade had been discriminated against by the College following an anonymous complaint that…

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Podcast Interview: Iymen Chehade discusses Columbia College discrimination

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Podcast Interview: Iymen Chehade discusses Columbia College discrimination

Podcast Interview: Iymen Chehade discusses Columbia College discrimination By Ray Hanania Columbia College Professor Iymen Chehade discusses the censorship of his class by the Chicago Illinois based College administration after an anonymous student filed an official complaint against him accusing him of bias. Although the College failed to do a complete investigation or to identify…

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Columbia College cancels professor’s class for showing Oscar nominated film 5 Broken Cameras

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Columbia College cancels professor’s class for showing Oscar nominated film 5 Broken Cameras

Columbia College cancels professor’s class for showing Oscar nominated film 5 Broken Cameras By Ray Hanania In another example of anti-Arab bias, a Columbia College student complaint that a teacher, Professor Iymen Chehade, was teaching “bias” has resulted in the college canceling a segment of the professor’s class on the Israel-Palestine conflict. Click here to listen to…

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