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November 2008 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 Israel Is Caught in a No-Win Situation—Rachelle Marshall
12 Al-Arian Family Reunited—But Justice for Muslims No Longer as American as Apple Pie—Delinda C. Hanley
14 Gaza Teachers Pawns of Both Palestinian Parties—Mohammed Omer
15 "Free Gaza" Mission Accomplished—Safely, Successfully—Pat McDonnell Twair
16 The Poet Is Dead: Mahmoud Darwish (1942-2008)—Nathalie Khankan
17 The Dust and Stones of al-Birweh—Isabelle Humphries
19 Casualty of War: Censuring Truth in Palestine—Mohammed Omer
38 Charley Reese Bids Farewell—Three Columns
CONGRESS AND THE 2008 ELECTIONS
20 Muslim- and Arab-Americans Poised to Make a Difference in Battleground States—Delinda C. Hanley
22 Sarah Palin—New Darling of the Neocons—James G. Abourezk
27 Pro-Israel PAC Contributions to 2008 Congressional Candidates—Compiled by Hugh Galford
24 Taking a Page Out of the French Playbook—Syrian Ambassador Imad Moustapha
42 China's Xinjiang Problem—John Gee
62 This Holiday Season: Buy Palestinian!—Matt Horton
50 Arab-American Activism:
50 Music & Arts:
51 Human Rights:
52 Waging Peace:
Holocaust Museum Vigilers: "Never Again" Must Include Palestinians
Muslims Who Saved Jews in WWII
Teens Return from Holy Land Tour
The Latin Patriarch in Washington
Deir Yassin Remembered Scholarships
Organizing Against Occupation with Finkelstein
Young Global Leaders Share Findings
Vigilers Respond to Questions About Palestine
No Military Answer to Iranian Non-proliferation
John Nichols Addresses Iowa Citizens For Community Improvement
60 The World Looks at the Middle East—Cartoons
63 Book Reviews
Guilt By Association: How Deception and Self-Deceit Took America to War
—Reviewed by Andrew I. Killgore
America's Defense Line: The Justice Department's Battle to Register the Israel Lobby as Agents of a Foreign Government
—Reviewed by Delinda C. Hanley
72 2008 AET Choir of Angels
18 Index to Advertisers