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James J. Zogby
By James J. Zogby - Sep 13,2021
I will never forget the flood of emotions that I experienced on September 11, 2001, and the days that followed. If I have learned anything in my seven decades, it is that remembering is important.
By James J. Zogby - Sep 06,2021
Some expected that all hell would break loose when Ben & Jerry's, the ice cream company, announced that as of 2022 they would no longer license the sale of their products in occupied Palestinian territories.
By James J. Zogby - Aug 30,2021
A century ago, Gibran Khalil Gibran wrote a love poem to Lebanon, "You have your Lebanon, I have my Lebanon".
By James J. Zogby - Jul 05,2021
A decade ago, we were in the throes of what observers in the West termed the "Arab Spring." An assessment is now in order.Because Western analysts assumed that these uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Yemen were organically linked, mirroring the revolutions that brought down
By James J. Zogby - Jun 28,2021
One month after the end of the last hostilities between Israel and Hamas, events on the ground demonstrate that little has changed.
By James J. Zogby - Jun 21,2021
Netanyahu's 15 years as prime minister have come to an end, but his legacy lives on.
By James J. Zogby - May 24,2021
In the 45 years since launching the Palestine Human Rights Campaign, I’ve witnessed more tragic wars than I can care to count and defended Palestinians against more heinous crimes than I can bear to list.
By James J. Zogby - May 19,2021
On Wednesday​, I was in the midst of running my weekly “Zoom chat” with readers of this column when the discussion was hacked and ended by a pro-Israel group playing loud songs in Hebrew.
By James J. Zogby - May 10,2021
While reading Human Rights Watch’s (HRW) monumental report “A Threshold Crossed”, I felt a range of emotions. It also left me with one big question.I was deeply impressed by the report’s rigorous scholarship.
By James J. Zogby - May 04,2021
As expected, US President Joseph Biden’s recognition of the Armenian Genocide during the Ottoman Empire was greeted with relief by Armenian Americans and outrage by many Turks. By itself, however, recognition without reckoning means little.



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