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  • Salaita to make first public comments at U. of I.

     Salaita to make first public comments at U. of I.
    Controversial professor Steven Salaita, whose job offer was revoked weeks before he was to start at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, plans to make his first public comments this afternoon on campus, following an expected classroom walkout...
  • Israeli policeman charged over violent arrest of U.S. teen

    Israeli policeman charged over violent arrest of U.S. teen
    An Israeli policeman was charged on Wednesday with assault causing bodily harm against a 15-year-old American of Palestinian descent during a protest over the revenge killing of the teenager's cousin days before the eight week war with Gaza. The...
  • Lawrence Wright's new book vividly recalls 1978 Camp David summit

    Lawrence Wright's new book vividly recalls 1978 Camp David summit
    There's an air of tragedy hovering over Lawrence Wright's excellent new book on the 1978 peace negotiations at Camp David, presided over by then-President Jimmy Carter. During those fateful autumn days, the world watched as three world leaders —...
  • Israel's tennis pros deal with pressure on a daily basis

    Israel's tennis pros deal with pressure on a daily basis
    During this rainy South Florida summer, hundreds of recreational tennis players get annoyed when hearing the ever-present blast from the pesky, yet necessary, lightning detector sirens that force them off their neighborhood courts. It pales in...
  • Israeli military opens five criminal investigations into Gaza war conduct

    TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Israel's military said on Wednesday it had opened five criminal investigations into its Gaza war operations, including attacks that killed four Palestinian children on a beach and 17 people at a U.N. school. The internal inquiries...
  • Palestinian salaries dispute puts Gaza peace at risk

    GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Tensions between Fatah and Hamas, the two main Palestinian parties, are close to breaking point over the non-payment of salaries to Gaza's public sector workers, raising the risk of a return to conflict in the territory,...
  • Islamist militants leave signed note on beheaded corpse in Sinai: residents

    ISMAILIA Egypt (Reuters) - Residents in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula said on Wednesday they found a beheaded corpse bearing a note signed by an Islamist militant group linked to the Syria and Iraq-based Islamic State, accusing the victim of being an Israeli...
  • Egypt to host Gaza reconstruction conference on October 12

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt will host a donors conference on the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip on October 12 in Cairo following the recent conflict between Israel and the Palestinian militant movement Hamas, the Egyptian foreign minister said on Tuesday....
  • U.S. should not be a silent partner to Israeli settlement expansion

     U.S. should not be a silent partner to Israeli settlement expansion
    Last weekend's Israeli government announcement that it plans to seize almost 1,000 acres near Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank for the purpose of building yet another massive Jewish settlement should be the straw that breaks the camel's back in...
  • New U.N. rights boss warns of 'house of blood' in Iraq, Syria

    GENEVA (Reuters) - The new U.N. human rights chief urged world powers on Monday to protect women and minorities targeted by Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria, saying the fighters were trying to create a "house of blood." Jordan's Zeid Ra'ad al...
  • U.N. human rights chief warns of 'house of blood' in Syria, Iraq

    U.N. human rights chief warns of 'house of blood' in Syria, Iraq
    The new U.N. human rights chief urged world powers on Monday to protect women and minorities targeted by Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria, saying the fighters were trying to create a "house of blood." Jordan's Zeid Ra'ad al Hussein, the first...