Aaron Taxy

Trojans for Israel

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Sophomore at USC and Vice President of Trojans for Israel, a group that advocates for a strong relationship with Israel

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Palestinian statehood is in diplomatic mothballs, while the world focuses on crises in other parts of the Middle East.

American Jews and Faith in Israel

Palestinian statehood is in diplomatic mothballs, while the world focuses on crises in other parts of the Middle East.

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Palestinian statehood is in diplomatic mothballs, while the world focuses on crises in Syria, Egypt and other parts of the Middle East.

American Jews and Faith in Israel

Palestinian statehood is in diplomatic mothballs, while the world focuses on crises in Syria, Egypt and other parts of the Middle East.

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