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How to boost Middle East democracy

COMMENTARY BY If there is one thing that the Bush administration and its critics agree on, it is that we can not win the war on terror only through military means. So long as the greater Middle East is…

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A Legal Case Against Iran

Speaking last October at a Tehran conference on “The World Without Zionism,” Iran’s president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, referred to Israel as a “disgraceful blot” and called for it to be “wiped off the map.” This was not an isolated or idle…

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Bigger Battle Awaits Palestinians

[ SPME Editor’s Note- This content of this article do not necessarily reflect the views of Scholars for Peace in the Middle East. The article is simply printed as a source of information] (Reuters Photo) Members of Al Aqsa Martyrs…

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Europe’s Response to the Threat of Global Terror

If we trace the line between the West and the rest, Israel is on the same side as Europe, the U.S., Japan, and Australia. We defend the same values against the same enemies. Now it is imperative to defend our…

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UCL Provost expresses concern at Israel academic boycott vote

UCL President and Provost Malcolm Grant today expressed his concern at the vote by delegates at the National Association of Higher and Further Education (NATFHE) conference for a boycott of Israeli universities and academics unless they publicly dissociate themselves from…

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NAS Council Opposes Academic Boycotts

May 30 — The governing council of the National Academy of Sciences opposes academic boycotts, firmly believing that scientists provide a voice for rationality and moderation in political affairs. A boycott of Israeli academics announced yesterday by Britain’s largest faculty…

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