Opinion

The US must stop enabling Israel

By Alon Ben-Meir No one can deny the close, abiding, and unparalleled friendship between the United States and Israel. This tight bond has served both countries well, especially Israel, which …

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BDS essential to check Israeli insolence

By Khalid Amayreh Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has lambasted Palestinian efforts to raise international awareness over Israel’s institutionalized apartheid and other forms of systematic abuse of Palestinian rights. Netanyahu, …

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Anti-Israel vs. Anti-Semitism

By Robert Fantina An apparent rise in anti-Semitism is being commented on throughout parts of Europe. This isn’t terribly surprising, since talking heads seem to be falling all over themselves …

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Mouse in The House And The Concept of Home

By Nour Qudeimat Palestinian Literature and Colonial/ Post-colonial courses during my 4 years of studying English Literature, were always demanding us to “define home.” To decide whether it was represented …

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A Tale of Two Doctors

By Dr. Shaher Awawdeh In his well-known novel “A Tale of Two Cities”, Charles Dickens skillfully describes the prevalence of injustice, oppression and brutality that shaped an important episode of …

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