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A Reply to Henry Kissinger and Fouad Ajami

Issue: 1992, Volume 25, Issue 5
Subject: History|Media|Zionism
Author: Finkelstein, Norman
Issue Description: As a graduate student at Princeton University Norman Finkelstein challenged the accuracy of Joan Peters’s “From Time Immemorial,”which claimed that the Palestinians never did constitute an indigenous majority in those areas of Palestine that became Israel in 1948. [See The Link, Jan.-March 1985.] Since then, at considerable detriment to his own career, Norman continues to challenge those myths that suggest that Palestinians deserve what they got and, moreover, are even blessed that
they ended up with such benevolent occupiers.
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The Post-War Middle East

Issue: 1991, Volume 24, Issue 1
Subject: War/Conflict
Author: Khouri, Rami
Issue Description: Four weeks after Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait, the MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour featured an extensive interview with Rami Khouri, a highly regarded Jordanian journalist. The interview generated so many calls the NewsHour had to engage additional operators. Subsequently, the interview led to a book contract, an op-ed piece in The New York Times, and to this issue of The Link.
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Beyond the Jewish-Christian Dialogue: Solidarity with the Palestinian People

Issue: 1991, Volume 24, Issue 2
Subject: Christianity
Author: Ellis, Marc
Issue Description: Marc Ellis is a Jewish theologian who direct the Justice and Peace Program at the Catholic School of Theology in Maryknoll, N.Y. In his writings and lectures Marc regularly proposes that Christians and Jews break their longstanding “gentlemen’s agreement” of not talking publicly about the one matter that has come to define their relationship: how each group views the Palestinian people.
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A New Literary Look at the Middle East

Issue: 1991, Volume 24, Issue 3
Subject: Media
Author: Mahoney, John F.
Issue Description: Books are reviewed which over the years have become our “bestsellers”in addition to recent books that are popular with teachers and those which are often requested by church groups.
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Visitation at Yad Vashem

Issue: 1991, Volume 24, Issue 4
Subject: History|Holocaust
Author: Burtchaell, James
Issue Description: This September the U.S. Congress will consider Israel’s request for an extra $10 billion for resettling hundreds of thousands of Russian Jews into Palestine. Pro-Israel supporters will profess the humanitarian need of ingathering persecuted Jews. But who will speak for the persecuted Palestinians as they face the threat of yet another displacement? Father James Burtchaell does in this issue.
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The Comic Book Arab

Issue: 1991, Volume 24, Issue 5
Subject: Media
Author: Shaheen, Jack
Issue Description: Jack Shaheen, a Fulbright scholar, is Professor of Mass Communications at Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville. His 1980 Link issue, “The Arab Stereotype on Television,”became the basis for his book “The TV Arab.”In this issue Professor Shaheen presents his research into Arab stereotyping in comic books, a preview of his book, “The Comic Book Arab.”
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American Victims of Israeli Abuses

Issue: 1990, Volume 23, Issue 1
Subject: Human Rights|U.S. Citizens
Author: Mokhiber, Albert
Issue Description: An alarming number of Americans visiting Israel and Palestine have had to contact the U.S. consulate because they have been harassed, illegally arrested, even tortured. When these Americans return home, they have filed affidavits describing their ordeals. Those affidavits form the basis of this feature article.
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My Conversation with Humphrey

Issue: 1990, Volume 23, Issue 2
Subject: Education|History
Author: Law, John
Issue Description: Last time Humphrey visited John Law in the pages of The Link was back in December 1985. That issue proved popular, particularly with teachers. True to his threat, the inquisitive Humphrey has shown up again on John Law’s literary doorstep.
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Protestants and Catholics Show New Support for Palestinians

Issue: 1990, Volume 23, Issue 3
Subject: Holy Land|Theology
Author: Kimball, Charles
Issue Description: In May of this year, Mayor Elias Freij of Bethlehem predicted that the military occupation of his land will continue as long as the U.S. Congress continues to finance Israel’s expansionist policies which, in turn, will continue until the churches in the United States exert their moral influence more vigorously — a prospect he did not anticipate.
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What Happened to Palestine? The Revisionists Revisited

Issue: 1990, Volume 23, Issue 4
Subject: Refugees|War/Conflict
Author: Palumbo, Michael
Issue Description: Michael Palumbo is an American researcher who has spent much of his professional life poring over long classified documents dealing with the immediate post-World War II period. Many of these documents from American, British and United Nations archives deal with the Israeli/Palestinian war of 1948. In this issue Dr. Palumbo invites us to look more critically at what the Israeli revisionists are saying in light of the new facts that they either did not have at their disposal or else opted not to use.
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