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New Jersey Jewish News
Promised Land author decries - occupation'
The senior correspondent at the Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz focused on solutions to current tensions between Israel and its Palestinian neighbors for more than half of his 80-minute speech.
Report: Source says deal reached to extend peace talks
An unnamed source told Al Arabiya that a deal has been reached to extend peace talks.
Palestinians: We don't want Kerry mission to fail
JERUSALEM - The Palestinians are not walking away from U.S.-led efforts to reach a peace deal with Israel, a top Palestinian official said Wednesday, a day after their renewed bid for international recognition of a 'state of Palestine' threw Washington's already troubled Mideast mission into further disarray.
Water Apartheid in Palestine
MARX: A HERO FOR OUR TIME? - Suddenly, everyone from the Wall Street Journal to Rolling Stone seems to be talking about Karl Marx.
Water apartheid in Palestine - a crime against humanity?
Systematic, acute, malicious discrimination in access to water in the West Bank and Gaza, combined with massive resource theft, is operated by the occupation authorities and the private water company Mekorot, writes Ayman Rabi on UN World Water Day.
New Jersey Jewish News
Israeli and Palestinian see hope for a solution NEW
An Israeli intelligence expert and a Palestinian political science professor - once neighbors in Jerusalem - told a Drew University audience March 4 that peace may soon be possible between their two peoples.
The Third Narrative Academic Advisory Council
The Third Narrative , "a North American Jewish organization that supports progressive causes in Israel, the U.S. and Canada," that has "often criticized Israeli policies and behavior, including settlement expansion, racism against Arabs and crony capitalism," has established an Academic Advisory Council composed of progressive scholars and ... (more)
Campus Israel-Bashers Practice Intimidation, Not Free Speech
The level of anti-Israel hostility proliferating at our universities is hardly any great secret.
Time dwindling for possible Middle East talks
Two weeks ago, President Barack Obama welcomed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for White House talks by calling for two states -- "a Jewish state of Israel and a state of Palestine" -- that would coexist "side by side in peace and security."