Assistant Professor, Middle East Political Economy, at the University of Oregon. Currently writing on the Egyptian revolution and the Syrian crisis.
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Tag Archives: Israel
Knesset extends law banning Palestinian family reunification – Diplomacy and Defense – – Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News
Knesset extends law banning Palestinian family reunification – Diplomacy and Defense – – Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News. Advertisements
Say you’re a prominent US newspaper with a bureau in Beirut. You decide to run an article based on Israeli army claims that Hezbollah is wantonly militarizing villages in south Lebanon — to the extent that a single village of … Continue reading
Supreme Court rules: #Israel can confiscate #Palestinian property in Jerusalem – National – Israel News | Haaretz
Only a day after the High Court of Justice upheld most of the sections of the “Anti-Boycott Law,” the justices of the Supreme Court approved the use of another controversial law: The application of the Absentee Property Law to assets … Continue reading
Israel: Settlement Agriculture Harms Palestinian Children | Human Rights Watch.
Syrian rebels, whose forces are fighting against a new offensive in the South by the axis of the Syrian Army, Hezbollah, and Iran, is calling on Israel to attack their positions. An Israeli Druse who is in frequent contact with … Continue reading