Ali Abunimah

Electronic Intifada

Guest

Co-founder of Electronic Intifada, a website that publishes news and commentary on Middle East issues; former research fellow at the Palestine Center in Washington, DC, an independent think-tank, and author of One Country: A Bold Proposal to End the Israeli-Palestinian Impasse; board member and former Vice President of the Arab American Action Network

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Three weeks after the Boston Marathon bombings, some members of Congress are calling for more surveillance of American Muslims.

Boston Marathon Bombings and Muslim Americans

Three weeks after the Boston Marathon bombings, some members of Congress are calling for more surveillance of American Muslims.

from To the Point

Barack Obama  has visited churches and synagogues during his presidential campaign but, so far, he has not been to a mosque.

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Barack Obama has visited churches and synagogues during his presidential campaign but, so far, he has not been to a mosque.

from To the Point

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In Mid-East Fighting, What's News? What's Propaganda?

The war between Israel and Hezbollah is being fought not just on the ground but also in the media.

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