Philip Wilcox

Foundation for Middle East Peace

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President of the Foundation for Middle East Peace and adjunct scholar with the Middle East Institute; former Ambassador-at-Large for Counterterrorism at the State Department, and American Chief-of-Mission in Jerusalem (1988-1991)

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The scene turned violent after Friday prayers today and angry protesters attacked US outposts from the Middle East and Africa to Afghanistan and Pakistan, apparently inflamed by the…

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