Amos Guiora

University of Utah

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Professor of Law at University of Utah, he served as a “judge advocate” in the Israel Defense Forces; author of Tolerating Intolerance: The Price of Protecting Extremism

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In the British Parliament this week, long-time supporters of Israel expressed outrage at the annexation of 950 acres of Palestinian land for yet another Israeli settlement.

Should Other Nations Recognize a Palestinian State?

In the British Parliament this week, long-time supporters of Israel expressed outrage at the annexation of 950 acres of Palestinian land for yet another Israeli settlement.

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