Sari Nusseibeh

President, Al Quds University

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Professor of Philosophy and President of Al Quds University in Jerusalem, and author of Once Upon a Country: A Palestinian Life

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Israel's three days of airstrikes on the Gaza Strip is its most
ferocious attack on Palestinians in decades, leaving some three hundred
dead and more than six hundred wounded.…

Israel Strikes Gaza for Third Day

Israel's three days of airstrikes on the Gaza Strip is its most ferocious attack on Palestinians in decades, leaving some three hundred dead and more than six hundred wounded.…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Israel's three days of airstrikes on the Gaza Strip is its most ferocious attack on Palestinians in decades, leaving some three hundred dead and more than six hundred wounded.

Israel Strikes Gaza for Third Day

Israel's three days of airstrikes on the Gaza Strip is its most ferocious attack on Palestinians in decades, leaving some three hundred dead and more than six hundred wounded.

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After a week of fighting that killed at least 100 people, an "uneasy calm" is reported today in the Gaza Strip.  Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has appointed a new prime minister,…

Two Palestines?

After a week of fighting that killed at least 100 people, an "uneasy calm" is reported today in the Gaza Strip.  Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has appointed a new prime minister,…

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