Ghassan Khatib

Birzeit University

Guest

Vice President for Development and Communications and lecturer of Cultural Studies and Contemporary Arab Studies at Birzeit University; founder of the Jerusalem Media and Communications Center and co-editor of Bitter Lemons, an Israeli-Palestinian Internet-based dialogue program; former Labor Minister for the Palestinian Authority, under the previous Fatah-led government

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Deadly violence continued today, with three more Israelis fatally stabbed by Palestinians who were then shot dead by Israeli police.

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Barack Obama’s inaugural address was not an event witnessed by Americans alone. On his first day in office, President Obama has been calling leaders in the Middle East.

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Barack Obama’s  inaugural address  was not an event witnessed by Americans alone. On his first day in office, President Obama has been  calling leaders in the Middle East.

The World Embraces President Obama

Barack Obama’s inaugural address was not an event witnessed by Americans alone. On his first day in office, President Obama has been calling leaders in the Middle East.

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