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Ending Israel's Occupation

Issue: 2009, Volume 42, Issue 4
Subject: Boycotts and Divestment
Author: Mahoney, John F.
Issue Description: If you ride the Tri Rail in Miami, the RTA in New Orleans, the Sprinter in San Diego, the Metrolink in Los Angeles, or any of the Blue-Van Super Shuttles serving 32 major airports, your transportation is being managed by Veolia Transport. Why is that significant? This Link has the answer.
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Spinning Cast Lead

Issue: 2009, Volume 42, Issue 5
Subject: Public Opinion|War/Conflict
Author: Adas, Jane
Issue Description: Hasbara is a Hebrew word. Its root meaning is "explanation." But, as Jane Adas explains, there's much more to the word than that.
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Issue: 2008, Volume 41, Issue 1
Subject: Hamas|Peace Process|West Bank/Gaza
Author: Amayreh, Khalid
Issue Description: The U.S. invited more than 40 countries to attend the Middle East peace conference held in December, 2007, in Annapolis, Maryland. Just about everyone of any importance was there, everyone, that is, except the elected representatives of the Palestinian people. This Link examines the background,activities and philosophy of the Islamic organization known as Hamas.
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State of Denial: Israel, 1948-2008

Issue: 2008, Volume 41, Issue 2
Subject: History|Land and Homes|War/Conflict
Author: Pappe, Ilan
Issue Description: Many political analysts, including Zbigniew Brzezinski, have advised that peace between Israelis and Palestinians is not possible without the participation of the democratically elected Hamas organization. Israeli historian Ilan Pappe goes further. With or without Hamas, he writes, Israel has to do one indispensable thing for any peace agreement to be effective.
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The Grief Counselor of Gaza

Issue: 2008, Volume 41, Issue 3
Subject: Children|West Bank/Gaza
Author: Sarraj, Eyad
Issue Description: Two types of trauma are generally recognized: One-time trauma, such as a natural disaster, rape, robbery, or life-threatening accident; and prolonged trauma, such as physical or sexual abuse as a child, war, or life in a prison camp, a concentration camp, or a refugee camp. But what happens when prolonged trauma is prolonged from one generation to another? Then, as psychologist Eyad Sarraj reports, you are in Gaza.
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Israeli Palestinians: The Unwanted Who Stayed

Issue: 2008, Volume 41, Issue 4
Subject: History|Israeli Palestinians
Author: Cook, Jonathan
Issue Description: It’s been called the 80-20 solution: the percentage of Palestinian citizens of Israel that must never exceed 20 per cent of the population. So how does a government keep a minority population from passing a precise mathematical number? British journalist Jonathan Cook lists the ways in this issue.
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Captive Audiences: Performing in Palestine

Issue: 2008, Volume 41, Issue 5
Subject: Children|Music
Author: Suárez, Thomas
Issue Description: Musicians have long sensed that their music can pretty much transcend whatever it is that separates us humans. Beethoven called it “the wine which inspires one to new generative processes,” and added: “I am Bacchus who presses out this glorious wine for mankind.”Billy Joel saw music as healing, an explosive expression of humanity, “something we are all touched by.” These verities are discovered anew in our December issue of The Link by a violinist from New York and his two colleagues from the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
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One Man's Hope

Issue: 2007, Volume 40, Issue 1
Subject: Children|Education
Author: Qubain, Fahim
Issue Description: This issue begins in a West Bank refugee camp. It is December 1987 and the first intifada has begun. A Wall Street Journal reporter, Geraldine Brooks, profiles a “stone-throwing Palestinian,”15-yearold Ra΄ed. He tells her that he’d like to be a doctor, but is fated to be a terrorist. Her article in the Journal inspires a Texas ophthalmologist to offer to pay for Ra’ed’s studies to become a doctor. By the time that offer can be relayed to the young Palestinian, he is serving a five-year sentence in an
Israeli jail for throwing a Molotov cocktail at an Israeli soldier, and before he is released the Texas physician has perished in the crash of a small plane. Enter journalist Brooks in a private capacity, and subsequently Fahim Qubain, a Palestinian-American living in Virginia.
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About That Word Apartheid

Issue: 2007, Volume 40, Issue 2
Subject: Apartheid|South Africa
Author: Various Authors
Issue Description: President Carter’s book “Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid”unleashed a firestorm of controversy. To suggest that white, racist South Africa’s treatment of its indigenous inhabitants is in any way similar to Israel’s treatment of its indigenous inhabitants, for some, smacks of anti-Semitism. And yet, a Google search of “Israel + Apartheid”brings up 5.5 million references. To help clarify the relationship between Israel and apartheid South Africa, John Mahoney, Jane Adas and Robert Norberg put together a timeline, beginning with June 1917, when Dr. Chaim Weizmann and Gen. Jan Christian Smuts met in London to lobby for their respective causes.
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Witness for the Defenseless

Issue: 2007, Volume 40, Issue 3
Subject: Human Rights|West Bank/Gaza|Zionism
Author: Baltzer, Anna
Issue Description: Anna Baltzer writes that it was on a trip to southern Lebanon where, for the first time, “I heard a narrative about the state of Israel altogether different from the one I had learned growing up as a Jewish American.”To see the situation for herself, she traveled to Palestine in late 2003 as a volunteer with the International Women’s Peace Service (IWPS), a grassroots solidarity organization dedicated to documenting and nonviolently intervening in human rights abuses in the West Bank. “In spite of my research,”she continues, “nothing could have prepared me for witnessing firsthand the injustices that characterize Israeli rule in the West Bank, including the expansion of Jewish-only colonies on Palestinian land, the virtually unchecked brutality of soldiers and settlers against Palestinian civilians, and Israel’s Apartheid Wall, separating hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their land, jobs, hospitals, schools, and each other.”
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