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…

American Embassies Become Targets of Muslim Mobs

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…

from To the Point

Is still not clear what Laura Ling and Euna Lee did at the Chinese border with North Korea.

Risky Travel and Government to the Rescue

Is still not clear what Laura Ling and Euna Lee did at the Chinese border with North Korea.

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Laura Ling and Euna Lee have been  freed from North Korea , but three other Americans are still being detained for crossing from remote Kurdistan into Iran.

Dangerous Assignments, Risky Travel and Government to the Rescue

Laura Ling and Euna Lee have been freed from North Korea , but three other Americans are still being detained for crossing from remote Kurdistan into Iran.

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