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SPME Welcomes New and Returning Donors With Donations Averaging $100 from: Alfred U, Amherst College, Birkbeck U. (UK), Case Western Reserve U., Columbia, CUNY Graduate Center, DOEW (AT), Georgia Institute of Technology, James Madison U, Maricopa Communi

Scholars for Peace in the Middle East is extremely grateful for these 50 new and renewing members who have been so generous with their contributions to SPME averaging $100 and totalling $5000 to help SPME deliver its programs and services. With this $5000 SPME goes into academic year 2006-2007 with just $42,000 currently at its…

John R. Cohn, Letter to the editor (Philadelphia Inquirer, June 26, 2006) RE: “Displaced by Fighting in Lebanon”

To the editor, Today’s paper (Philadelphia Inquirer, June 26, 2006) includes an Associated Press map with the heading “Displaced by Fighting in Lebanon”. The map and accompanying story, however, shows only Lebanese displaced. No mention is made of the Israelis that are also displaced by Hezbollah rocket attacks targeting those living in Israel’s cities and…

Hizbollah’s Iranian War in Lebanon By Walid Phares, 7.23.06

When Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, secretary general of Hezbollah held his press conference to declare his new victory over his enemy, Israel, he was triggering -probably without knowing- a new era in the history of Lebanon and the region. “We will continue in faithfulness to our line,” he declared, in legitimizing his cross border attack on…

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