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Phoenix Mayor to Trump: Cancel Your Rally

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Slavery Did Not Die; It Still Peddles Its Evil

by James M. Wall The Professor asks”: “What could be worse than the soul-shredding evil of racism during the era of human bondage?” This question is posed by a professor of African and Middle East History at the University of … Continue reading

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An Irish Writer and a US Scholar Walk Into a Bar

by James M. Wall The Irish writer is Eimear McBride. The scholar is a fellow named Chas Freeman. They did not actually walk into a bar together. Most likely they have never met. But they are soul-mates. Chas and Eimear have … Continue reading

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Kerry: Settlements Put Two States “in Jeopardy”

by James M. Wall In a hard-hitting, long-overdue speech, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday strongly criticized Israel’s government, saying that Israel’s settlements put the two-state solution “in jeopardy”. Barak Ravid, diplomatic correspondent for Haaretz, reported that Kerry said “trends … Continue reading

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Danger Ahead: First Unfettered Twitter President

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Which Trump Will We See After January 20?

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Focusing on Trump With “A Withering Gaze”

by James M. Wall On the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, President-elect Donald Trump met with the publisher of The New York Times and some editors, columnists and reporters at the paper. Times’ columnist Charles Blow  was not at the meeting. The next … Continue reading

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Rob Malley Links ISIS Crisis to Palestine Issue

2. and pushed for “a more nuanced and realistic” analysis

–change “ to ‘ before and after the phrase

3. Earlier this year, the “critics” screamed loudly when in March, Obama

–delete a space

4.

“President Barack Obama delivered a stinging response to the latest in a series of Netanyahu diplomatic insults”.
“The President chose Robert Malley (right) as Special Assistant to the President and White House Coordinator for the Middle East, North Africa and the Gulf Region.

–delete the ” and move The President up

5. Pro-Israel media outlets, however, rushed to sound the alarm.

–start with “

6. Special Assistant Malley will begin his new assignment April 6.

–start with “

7. (note the false allegation “Hamas adviser):

–adviser”):

8. Atlas readers are long familiar with this subversive jihad operative.

–precede with “

9. Malley and Barack Hussein Obama.___

Robert Malley told the NY Times that he had regularly been in contact with Hamas, which is designated a terrorist

–merge these sentences

–delete space after a

Republican candidates are currently dominating the space and bandwidth of that media

–those

“Let’s hope so, let’s just hope so.__

–add “
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“Have You Got Any News of the Iceberg?”

by James M. Wall On May 24, 2000, I wrote a column for The Christian Century magazine reflecting on yet another “peace agreement” between Palestine and Israel.  I wrote that to the U.S. government, then led by President Bill Clinton, the … Continue reading

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Does Israel Need a New Law to Frisk and Search?

Are American Donors Helping To Fuel Jerusalem Tensions With Settler Push?

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Are American Donors Helping To Fuel Jerusalem Tensions With Settler Push?

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Are American Donors Helping To Fuel Jerusalem Tensions With Settler Push?

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