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James J. Zogby
By James J. Zogby - Feb 25,2019
In 1971, my family and I spent some time in London on our way to and from Lebanon, where I was going to visit family and conduct research for my doctoral dissertation.
By James J. Zogby - Feb 18,2019
Hardline supporters of Israel are in panic mode. It was in evidence earlier this week with the all-out assault on the first Somali, African-born immigrant, refugee, Muslim woman elected to serve in the US Congress.
By James J. Zogby - Feb 11,2019
This past week, I delivered one of the opening addresses at a conference in Abu Dhabi dedicated to creating understanding and building relationships and mutual respect among the world's religious leaders.
By James J. Zogby - Feb 04,2019
We are off to the races; the 2020 presidential races, that is. Since the beginning of the year, at regular intervals, new candidates have been coming forward to announce their intention to compete for the presidency.
By James J. Zogby - Jan 28,2019
This past Sunday, The New York Times featured on the front page of its "Week in Review" section a major column by Michelle Alexander, "Time to Break the Silence on Palestine".
By James J. Zogby - Jan 21,2019
This week, a well-known Israeli journalist revealed what he said were "new details about the Trump administration's Israeli-Palestinian peace plan".
By James J. Zogby - Jan 14,2019
As this past week began with the shutdown of parts of the US government entering its third week, Republicans, desperate to force the Democrat's hand, decided to play the "Israel card".
By James J. Zogby - Jan 07,2019
I spent Thursday morning at the offices of two new members of Congress: Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ilhan Omar of Minnesota. The scenes at both were just delightful. Throngs of Palestinian Americans jammed into Tlaib's offices, spilling out into the hall.
By James J. Zogby - Dec 31,2018
Many years ago, I came across a pre-Islamic Arabic poem describing a camel running across the desert. Suddenly, the camel freezes in mid-stride.
By James J. Zogby - Dec 24,2018
Eight years after the unfolding of the events of the "Arab Spring", Tunisians and Egyptians appear deeply displeased about the situations in their respective countries.



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