Posts Tagged “Washington Report on Middle East Affairs”

Pioneering Middle East Magazine publisher dies

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Pioneering Middle East Magazine publisher dies

Pioneering Middle East Magazine publisher dies One of the most influential journalists who contributed enormously to the understanding of the true facts and issues of the Middle East and the Palestine conflict, passed away this week. Ambassador Andrew Ivy Killgore, a veteran American diplomat moved by the injustices he witnessed to publish the Washington Report on…

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Washington Report magazine needs support

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Washington Report magazine needs support

Washington Report on Middle Affairs launches fundraising drive to raise $40,000 to cover printing and its book section. The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs is one of the most informative publications in America on Middle East issues. No other publication offers the depth and detail on issues related to the Arab World, Muslims and the…

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Washington Report hosts major conference on Israeli lobby

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Washington Report hosts major conference on Israeli lobby

The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs parent organization, the American Educational Trust, and the Institute for Research: Middle East Policy organized a national conference last April in Washington D.C. The conference included several prominent speakers with vast firsthand insight on the power of the Israeli Lobby and AIPAC. It was so important that the Washington…

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Delinda Hanley to receive “Rachel Corrie Award” from ADC

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Delinda Hanley to receive “Rachel Corrie Award” from ADC

Delinda Hanley, the capable news editor of the must-read Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, will be recognized at ADC’s national convention next month in Washington DC for her tireless work to educate Americans and the public and the Middle East and issues such as the Israeli killing of Rachel Corrie. The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee…

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Arab Journalism continues to see losses

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Arab Journalism continues to see losses

Arab Journalism continues to see losses By Ray Hanania Almost 15 years ago when I and a few other American Arab journalists launched the National American Arab Journalists Association (NAAJA), we had hoped to build a support network to encourage more young American Arabs to become journalists. Instead, we found ourselves in a battle from…

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