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What Just Happened?

Prime Minister Netanyahu trashed President Obama, the peace process, and Israeli Arabs — and made a startling political comeback. Maybe it’s time Americans recognized that Israel has changed. 3,269 more words

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'Guilty as charged: I did once have a Jawal Card' - Alice Rothchild in Israel and Palestine

Two weeks ago when the permit to Gaza finally arrived the travel nightmares began, lost luggage, harsh Israeli interrogators, forgetting a flight, the neurotic pulsations of an anxious mind already on high alert. 1,129 more words

Israel / Palestine

Kerry Support for Israel Repels Arab Voters

The Daily Star, Lebanon I October 14, 2004

By, ASHRAF FAHIM

NEW YORK: The battle for the hearts and minds of Arab-American voters has taken a decidedly negative turn for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Senator John Kerry. 932 more words

NEWS & ANALYSIS

The Palestinians Should Exit Sharon's Shell Game

The Daily Star, Lebanon I May 21, 2005By ASHRAF FAHIM

In recent months, the despair normally endemic to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict would seem to have dissipated somewhat. 1,154 more words

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Netanyahu

You may not have heard, and you may not have cared, but less than a week ago, Benjamin Netanyahu was re-elected as Prime Minister of Israel, and his Likud Party won a slim majority of votes to control Israeli Parliament. 1,064 more words

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No man's land

An unplanned route this morning. Drove along highway 1 towards Jericho, parked at a gas station, and started following a dried riverbed into a no man’s land that seems like million miles away from any civilization.

Israel / Palestine

In call to Netanyahu, Obama says U.S. will reassess Mideast peace policy

WATCH ABOVE:┬áThe White House says it is reevaluating its Mideast policy following Netanyahu’s comments on Palestine.

WASHINGTON – Amid new tensions between two allies, President Barack Obama on Thursday told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the U.S. 523 more words

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