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Qatari poet is still in prison for writing a…. poem

January 15, 2013

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via foxchasereview.wordpress.com “You can show your support for the poet by emailing the embassy in Washington D.C. as we did, however, I believe the emails go unread. You can also call the embassy and leave a message at (202) 274-1600 (press 1 four times to leave a message with the ambassador’s office).” Advertisements

Release Qatari Poet Mohamed Ibn Al Ajami

December 19, 2012

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We, the undersigned, including poets, men and women writing, performing and reciting poetry in all corners of the world, urge the Secretary of State or Foreign Minister of our respective countries to appeal to the Qatari Court for the immediate release of our colleague, Qatari poet Mohamed Ibn Al Ajami, who after spending a year […]

Two videos on the Jewish origins of Palestinian Muslims

July 17, 2011

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U.S. Jews must support Obama’s Mideast vision – Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News

May 24, 2011

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“The large Jewish peace camp in the United States must support the president and reject political activists who have turned Israel’s fate into a ball on America’s domestic political court.” via haaretz.com

Amira Hass: The sanctity of the soaring Qassam – Haaretz Daily Newspaper | Israel News

March 23, 2011

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The Hamas authorities once again forgot that the neighbor/occupier to its east is crazy. Fact: Over Shabbat, Hamas’ military wing fired more than 50 mortar shells at Israel. Or perhaps it didn’t forget: Perhaps it merely thought the Palestinian people in Gaza were ready for another high-tech Israeli onslaught, for another Israel Defense Forces video […]

Encountering Peace: Abbas, man of peace

March 21, 2011

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Check out this article I found at jpost.com Palestinians have agreed to concessions which make the two-state solution possible and desirable. With leaders like Abbas on the Palestinian side, it is criminally irresponsible not to end the conflict.

Pining for the Friendly Pharaoh Or Why Mubarak’s Departure may yet be good for the Jews

February 14, 2011

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Read the article on mycorrectviewsoneverything.blogspot.com My cousin Sam Shube’s analogy with Turkey may be Egypt’s most realistic outcome and vision, one its people and neighbors should be able to live with. As in Turkey expect the Egyptian military to retain considerable influence behind the constitutional curtain.