Denying Omar Barghouti Admittance to the U.S. Is a Free Speech Issue
by Zachary Lockman
A response to A.J. Caschetta from the chair of the North America wing of the Middle East Studies Association’s Committee on Academic Freedom.
Why the Middle East Studies Association Should Not Defend Omar Barghouti
by A.J. Caschetta
MESA portrays Barghouti as a dissident who has been unfairly treated but Barghouti is much more than an outspoken activist whose opinions conflict with U.S. policy.
SOURCE: American Thinker
Campus Watch issues challenge to Juan Cole
by Winfield Myers
University of Michigan history professor Juan Cole is desperate for you to know that he is eminently qualified to speak publicly on the Middle East.
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