Noura Erakat

George Mason University

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Professor at George Mason University and human rights activist; former fellow at Temple University Law School, she is also co-editor of the online magazine Jadaliyya

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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.

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Despite Syria’s civil war, deadly upheaval in Egypt and Iran’s nuclear program, Secretary of State John Kerry’s top priority is a “two state solution” for Israel and the Palestinians.

A New Shot at Peace Talks: Will it be Different this Time?

Despite Syria’s civil war, deadly upheaval in Egypt and Iran’s nuclear program, Secretary of State John Kerry’s top priority is a “two state solution” for Israel and the Palestinians.

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