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Issue: 2016, Volume 49, Issue 4
Subject: Business|History|Human Resources
Author: Cook, Jonathan
Issue Description: The Palestinians' struggle  to shake off their 50-year military occupation has given the world such neologisms as intifada.  Now, as veteran journalist Jonathan Cook reports in our Sept.-Oct. issue of The Link, comes agro-resistance.
As it turns out, it's one that the reader can actually buy into.
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Wheels of Justice

Issue: 2016, Volume 49, Issue 5
Subject: Civil Rights|History|Human Rights
Author: Jungkeit, Steven
Issue Description: What do Native Americans, African Americans, and Palestinians living under occupation have in common?  That is the subject of this December 2016 Link, "The Wheels of Justice," by Steven Jungkeit.
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The Window Dressers: The Signatories of Israel’s Proclamation of Independence

Issue: 2015, Volume 48, Issue 1
Subject: Boycotts and Divestment|Courts|History
Author: Pappe, Ilan
Issue Description: Pappe, an Israeli historian, taught at the University of Haifa, but in 2008 his endorsement of the boycott of Israeli universities led to calls for his resignation.  He left to teach at Exeter University in England, where he directs the European Center for Palestine Studies. He addresses the question of whether Israel can be both Jewish and democratic, and goes back for the answer to 1948, David Ben-Gurion and the signers of Israel’s Declaration of Independence.
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The Art of Resistance

Issue: 2015, Volume 48, Issue 2
Subject: Civil Rights|History
Author: Cook, Jonathan
Issue Description: Palestinians have learned, as Arundhati Roy, the Indian writer, once noted, that non-violence works best as “a piece of theater.” But you need an audience.  Jonathan Cook, a British journalist working out of Nazareth, tells how Palestinians win audience through art and how their occupiers respond.  In 2011 Jonathan was awarded the Martha Gellhorn Special Prize for Journalism. The judges’ citation reads: “Jonathan Cook’s work on Palestine and Israel, especially his de-coding of official propaganda and his outstanding analysis of events often obfuscated in the mainstream, has made him one of the reliable truth-tellers in the Middle East.”
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Kill Bernadotte

Issue: 2015, Volume 48, Issue 3
Subject: History
Author: Jerome, Fred
Issue Description: “Kill Bernadotte” is a story enfolding several stories, beginning during the last years of World War II and continuing through into the 1947-48 war in Palestine. Time and space do not permit a discussion here of the history of Zionism from the late 19th century, the Zionist attempts at collaboration with a variety of colonialist powers from Cecil Rhodes to the Turks, French and Russians—none of which worked until the British Balfour Declaration in 1917—and the next quarter century of Palestine as a British “Mandate” (a post World-War I term for colony). Our focus will be on one man.
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A Special Kind of Exile

Issue: 2015, Volume 48, Issue 4
Subject: Anti-Semitism|Civil Rights
Author: Rothchild, Alice, M.D.
Issue Description: The author begins with these words: “I was once on track to be a nice Jewish girl, growing up in the small New England town of Sharon, Massachusetts, with liberal minded parents who fled the narrow confines of shetl Brooklyn for the dreams of 1950s exurbia, a sparkling lake, and a moderately out-of-tune though touchingly aspirational civic orchestra.  I played the cymbals, perhaps a warning of crashes to come.
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Between Two Blue Lines

Issue: 2015, Volume 48, Issue 5
Subject: Civil Rights|Human Rights|Israeli Palestinians
Author: Hayes, Tom
Issue Description: Coming Soon.
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In Search of Grace Halsell

Issue: 2014, Volume 47, Issue 1
Subject: Anti-Semitism|Christianity|Church Activism|Civil Rights
Author: Kelley, Robin D. G.
Issue Description: Grace Halsell was the author of the 1982 book “Journey to Jerusalem.” As it turned out, it would be a journey that she would travel up until her death in 2000. Robin Kelley, the Gary B. Nash Professor of American History at U.C.L.A., traces that journey and, in so doing, embarks on a journey of his own.
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Quo Vadis

Issue: 2014, Volume 47, Issue 2
Subject: History
Author: Villa-Vicencio, Charles
Issue Description: Charles Villa-Vicencio is Emeritus Professor of Religion and Society at the University of Capetown. In anticipation of Pope Francis’s visit to the Holy Land, our author looks to the past for some guidance on what this visit might portend.
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What if the ruins of King Solomon’s Temple are NOT under the Dome of the Rock?

Issue: 2014, Volume 47, Issue 3
Subject: Archaeology
Author: Buchanan, George W.
Issue Description: Tradition has it that Jerusalem’s Dome of the Rock and Al-Aqsa Mosque were built upon the ruins of King Solomon’s Temple, destroyed by the Romans in 70 A.D. Dr. George Wesley Buchanan, Professor Emeritus of New Testament Theology at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C., disagrees.
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