News and Analysis (9/7/10)

Rabbi Arthur Waskow reminds us that “Those who begin by burning books will end by burning people”:

“On one hand, 9/11 is a very difficult day for us, and on then other hand, Eid is like our Christmas, it’s a day for celebration,” says Zeba Iqbal, Executive Director of the Council on the Advancement of Muslim Professionals:

“The spectacle of Israeli youth helping destroy al-Arakib helps explain why 56% of Jewish Israeli high school students do not believe Arabs should be allowed to serve in the Knesset – why the next generation wants apartheid”:

Foreign policy Realists from the Nixon Center question how strategic federally-funded programs in Israel are (a novel idea from the school of thought of Kissinger):

Fordham University Professor Father Patrick Ryan explains how conflict, and cooperation between Christians and Muslims is not new:

Step by step, and without intending to, Mobley’s captors seem to have turned a man who declined to be a spy into a murderer:

“ElBaradei was not specific on where he would take his campaign next, but he threatened civil disobedience if the regime continues to ignore calls for change”:

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