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James J. Zogby



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Boehner-Netanyahu: There's more to story

Observers across the globe were amazed at the gall of the American Congress to invite a foreign leader to slap their president in the face ...

Pope is right. You can't insult faith of others

The French looked at and treated these Arabs as less than human. Two generations later, these once-colonised Algerians have come to France seeking jobs and opportunity...

Do away with all the illusions about Syria

it is imperative that we put aside fantasies about any side winning or, worse still, the notion that should they win peace and justice and democracy will reign over the land...

A bad year for the US ended on a bad note

In the 21 years since the signing of the Oslo Accords, the US has shown itself to be incapable of acting as an 'honest broker' in the peace process...

Listen, Bethlehem is crying in the silence

The town has lost so much land to Israeli confiscation for settlement construction that, because it can no longer expand, it must build vertically...

US continues with its vile legacy of profiling

The new guidance then expands the characteristics that law enforcement cannot use for profiling in 'traditional law enforcement' to include: race, ethnicity, gender, national origin, religion...

Arab Americans are confident, concerned

Not surprisingly, when it comes to determining which party will do better in handling the Israeli-Palestinian issue, most Arab Americans say they have confidence in neither party...

Arab Americans are gearing up for 2016

So when a new generation of Arab American activists gather in Washington to lay the groundwork for their political work for the next two years, they will have the wind at the backs...

More to the US-Israel spat than meets eye

The President has long been frustrated by the Israeli Prime Minister's wily and often dishonest manoeuvring....

Politics as seen from the prism of values

Politics, I have learned is never easy or perfect, and rarely is it black and white. It is, however, a matter of values — how, as my mother would have said it...

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