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July 2009 Table of Contents
Interpreting the Middle East for North Americans—
Interpreting North America for the Middle East
The U.S., Iraq, and the Israeli Occupation of Palestine
7 Death of a Myth: Israel's Support of a Two-State Solution—Rachelle Marshall
10 Can Obama Meet Netanyahu's Challenge?—Mustafa Barghouti
12 Israel's New Right-Wing Government—Two Views—Sam Bahour, Uri Avnery
14 FBI Agent Provocateurs and Fusion Centers: Boys Gone Wild—Delinda C. Hanley
21 Destroying Pakistan to Make It Safe—Eric S. Margolis
22 Bombing "Af-Pak": Lessons From History—Two Views—Patrick Seale, William Pfaff
24 What Goes Around, Comes Around—James G. Abourezk
26 Iraqis Fear an Uncertain Future—Sarah Price and Nizar Latif
38 Istanbul: A Great European City—Ian Williams
48 Stephen Fulder: An Israeli Buddhist's Resistance to Occupation—Robert Hirschfield
72 In Memoriam: Dr. Hassan Hathout (1924-2009)—Pat McDonnell Twair
43 The World Looks at the Middle East—Cartoons
49 Israel and Judaism: Will American Jewish Leaders Embrace the Netanyahu-Lieberman Regime?—Allan C. Brownfeld
52 Arab-American Activism:
53 Muslim-American Activism:
CSID Conference Predicts Improvement in Muslim-U.S. Relations
"Prospects for Peace"
Future Prospects for Islam and Democracy
Muslim Leader Addresses Interfaith Alliance of Iowa
Security Concerns Voiced at Islamic Center
Muslims Unite to Oppose FBI Abuse
56 Music & Arts:
57 Diplomatic Doings:
58 Human Rights:
59 Waging Peace:
Congressional Briefing on Operation Cast Lead
Kathy Kelly Relays Message From Gaza Doctors
UNRWA at 60: The U.N. and Palestinian Refugees
Boston Conference on One-State Settlement Draws Large Crowd
Billboard Controversy in Albuquerque
Nonviolent Activist Fr. Louie Vitale Speaks in Des Moines
The Future of U.S.-Syria Relations
Capitol Hill Conference on U.S. Iranian Prospects for Engagement
War Resister Refuses Deployment to Iraq, Receives Honorable Discharge
Saudi Aramco Invests in Future
68 Book Review
The Attack on the Liberty: The Untold Story of Israel's Deadly 1967 Attack on a U.S. Spy Ship
—Reviewed by James M. Ennes, Jr.
73 2009 AET Choir of Angels
36 Index to Advertisers