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Welcome to Nazareth

Issue: 2012, Volume 45, Issue 4
Subject: Holy Land|Israeli Palestinians
Author: Cook, Jonathan
Issue Description: In 2009, Pope Benedict XVI visited Nazareth. Palestinian Christians living there were excited. Their revered leader would come and, through his eyes, the world would see their plight. But after waiting for hours along Nazareth's main street, the police urged the crowds to go home; the Pope had been advised that it was not safe for him to meet the residents. In this issue, journalist Jonathan Cook tells us what the Pontiff would have learned, had he met the area descendants of the boy Jesus.
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When War Criminals Walk Free

Issue: 2012, Volume 45, Issue 5
Subject: Hamas|Human Rights|Israeli Palestinians
Author: Gilbert, Mads M.D.
Issue Description: This Link issue is about two young girls, an army that hurt them, a physician who healed them, and an unprecedented letter from 15 religious leaders to every member of the U.S. Congress.
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What Price Israel?

Issue: 2011, Volume 44, Issue 1
Subject: Politics|War/Conflict
Author: Hedges, Chris
Issue Description: What do a Pulitzer Prize winner, a Nobel Peace Prize nominee, and two former U.S. Ambassadors have in common? They are all featured in our January-March issue of The Link. Chris Hedges is the author of our main article “What Price Israel?” Jeff Halper is interviewed about his organization’s website. And Ambassador Robert Keeley reviews the latest book by Ambassador Chas Freeman.
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Drone Diplomacy

Issue: 2011, Volume 44, Issue 2
Subject: Military|War/Conflict
Author: Simons, Geoff
Issue Description: In his more than 40-year career, our feature writer, Geoff Simons, has authored nearly 60 books focusing on international politics, history and philosophy. His latest book is “Pakistan: A Failing Nuclear State?”  This is Geoff’s third article for us, and we are pleased to welcome him back to the pages of The Link.
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An Open Letter to Church Leaders

Issue: 2011, Volume 44, Issue 3
Subject: Church Activism
Author: Good, David W.
Issue Description: Rev. David Good writes with a sense of urgency that "our Christian brothers and sisters in Israel and the occupied territories, inspired by the work of the South African Council of Churches in the struggle against apartheid, have composed a most remarkable document, the Kairos document. I urge my Christian brothers and sisters here in America to read this document and stand in solidarity with Christians, Jews, and Muslims who are working and praying that someday the Holy Land might be a place worthy of its name." [see: http://www.fosna.org/content/kairos-palestine-document-full-text]
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Palestine and the Season of Arab Discontent

Issue: 2011, Volume 44, Issue 4
Author: Davidson, Lawrence R.
Issue Description: On the surface it would appear that the only two populations unaffected by the recent upheaval in the Eastern Mediterranean are the Israelis and the Palestinians. In our September-October issue of The Link, West Chester University professor Dr. Lawrence Davidson looks beneath the surface and concludes that the Palestinians and Israelis may have to go through another winter before their springtime arrives.
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Who Are The "Canaanites"? Why Ask?

Issue: 2011, Volume 44, Issue 5
Subject: Archaeology|History
Author: Ra'ad, Basem L.
Issue Description: Just prior to the publication of this Link, presidential candidate Newt Gingrich commented that Palestinians are an “invented people.”  Good timing, in a way, because the intent of this article is to refute such crass ignorance and/or intentional disinformation.  The author, Basem Ra’ad, teaches at Al-Quds University in Jerusalem.  His article is based on his book “Hidden Histories: Palestine and the Eastern Mediterranean,” which is reviewed on page 14 of this issue and available for purchase through AMEU.  In the first four months since the issue appeared, we restocked the book five times to keep up with the orders--none, unfortunately enough, from the former House Speaker and unsuccessful presidential candidate.
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The Olive Trees of Palestine

Issue: 2010, Volume 43, Issue 1
Subject: Environment|Land and Homes
Author: Dillon, Edward J.
Issue Description: Question #1: How many Palestinian olive trees have been destroyed by Israelis during their recent 22-day invasion of Gaza?: a) 5,000; b) 9,000; c) 13,000. Question #2: How many Palestinian olive trees have been destroyed by Israelis since 1948?: a) 100,000; b) 500,000; c) over 1,000,000. Question #3: Why? The answers follow.
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A Doctor’s Prescription for Peace with Justice

Issue: 2010, Volume 43, Issue 2
Subject: Jewish Voices|Peace Process
Author: Feldman, Steven R., M.D
Issue Description: What does putting a computer chip on the top of a prescription bottle have to do with peace between Palestinians and Israelis? Dr. Steven Feldman explains.
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Where Is The Palestinian Gandhi?

Issue: 2010, Volume 43, Issue 3
Subject: History|Human Rights
Author: Qumsiyeh, Mazin
Issue Description: U2 singer Bono recently expressed his hope that “the people in places filled with rage and despair, places like the Palestinian Territories, will in the days ahead find among them their Gandhi . . . ” We urge Bono to go to the Territories and to meet with Palestinians such as our feature writer, Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh, a former Yale University scientist, author of “Popular Resistance in Palestine,” and a nonviolent human rights activist.
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