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What Happened to Palestine? The Revisionists Revisited

Issue: 1990, Volume 23, Issue 4
Subject: Refugees|War/Conflict
Author: Palumbo, Michael
Issue Description: Michael Palumbo is an American researcher who has spent much of his professional life poring over long classified documents dealing with the immediate post-World War II period. Many of these documents from American, British and United Nations archives deal with the Israeli/Palestinian war of 1948. In this issue Dr. Palumbo invites us to look more critically at what the Israeli revisionists are saying in light of the new facts that they either did not have at their disposal or else opted not to use.
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Arab Defamation in the Media

Issue: 1990, Volume 23, Issue 5
Subject: Media
Author: Kasem, Casey
Issue Description: After Iraq invaded Kuwait in 1990, hate crimes and threats against Arab-Americans were reported across the United States. “America’s DJ,”Casey Kasem, writes about how anti-Arab stereotypes on television and in movies create a climate for such violence.
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Cocaine, Cutouts: Israel's Unseen Diplomacy

Issue: 1989, Volume 22, Issue 1
Subject: Central America|Military
Author: Hunter, Jane
Issue Description: When a government needs large sums of quick cash for questionable adventures, narcotrafficking offers a lucrative avenue. For this an ally is required, one who has the international networks of contacts and cutouts, i.e., a cover that can provide his or her government with public deniability, should the deal go sour. Israel, according to Jane Hunter, editor of Israeli Foreign Affairs, provides such service to various governments, including the United States.
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US Aid to Israel

Issue: 1989, Volume 22, Issue 2
Subject: Military|Politics|U.S. Aid
Author: Rabie, Mohamed
Issue Description: Reacting to the U.S. State Department’s 1988 Human Rights Report charging Israel with “a substantial increase in human rights violations,”both chairmen of the Congressional panels that appropriate foreign aid, Rep. David Obey of California and Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont, have advised Israel it could no longer count on the billions it receives each year if it continues to shoot at Palestinian demonstrators, deport them, detain them without trial, and blow up their houses. How many billions Israel gets each year is the subject of this issue.
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An Interview with Ellen Nassab

Issue: 1989, Volume 22, Issue 3
Subject: Interviews
Author: Ahmed, Hisham
Issue Description: Ellen Nassab gave this interview to Hisham Ahmed on Feb. 18, 1989. On June 9 she died of cancer. She was a wife, mother, nurse and, as this issue makes so poignantly clear, she was much, much more.
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The International Crimes of Israeli Officials

Issue: 1989, Volume 22, Issue 4
Subject: Courts|Land and Homes|War/Conflict
Author: Quigley, John
Issue Description: This issue goes beyond Israel’s human rights violations to the more significant question: Are Israeli officials— specifically Menachem Begin, Shimon Peres, Ariel Sharon, Yitzhak Shamir — guilty of war crimes against the Palestinian people?
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Diary of an American in Occupied Palestine

Issue: 1989, Volume 22, Issue 5
Subject: Human Rights|Intifada
Author: Mary, Diary of
Issue Description: A young American woman in occupied Palestine shares her diary entries from October 24, 1988 to June 17, 1989, during the height of the first intifada.
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The US Press and the Middle East

Issue: 1988, Volume 21, Issue 1
Subject: Media
Author: Kaidy, Mitchell
Issue Description: Mitch Kaidy worked 20 years as a reporter and editor of three daily newspapers and one television channel. He was part of a team of reporters who won a Pulitzer Prize for the Rochester (NY) Democrat and Chronicle. As an Arab American, Mitch is not always pleased with the way our media portrays Arabs in general and Palestinians in particular. Yet, as a newspaper man, he’s not without a few suggestions.
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Dateline: Palestine

Issue: 1988, Volume 21, Issue 2
Subject: Deir Yassin|History|Lebanon|Media|War/Conflict
Author: Weller, George
Issue Description: George Weller is a prize-winning war correspondent whose professional work in the Middle East spans 45 years. Here he recounts events he covered and leaders he interviewed for the Chicago Daily News.
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Zionist Violence Against Palestinians

Issue: 1988, Volume 21, Issue 3
Subject: History|Intifada|Military
Author: Hallaj, Mohammad
Issue Description: Why are Palestinians revolting against the occupation? Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir said it happened when a lone Palestinian from southern Lebanon, using a hang-glider, assaulted an Israeli army post and, single-handedly, killed several Israeli soldiers. He broke the barrier of fear, explained Shamir, adding that all Israel had to do to put down the uprising was to “reestablish the barrier of fear.” To that end, he warned that any Palestinian challenging Israel’s rule “will have his head smashed against the boulders and walls of these fortresses.”His quote prompted this Link issue.
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