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Building dialogue at Manzil Midrash: a meeting of the minds

Most University of Oregon students never cross military checkpoints or narrowly miss suicide bombs, but for some, the violence of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict can’t be escaped — even when living 7,000 miles away. Students gathered in the EMU Amphitheater on Tuesday to celebrate Israel’s 69th Independence Day at the Israel …

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Dismantling the potential nuclear deal with Iran

Here’s a breakdown of the events surrounding the possible nuclear deal with Iran.

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Student public action committee leads campuses nation-wide in pro-Israel activism

Many American citizens probably couldn’t find Israel on a map. Thousands of miles away from the United States, nestled in a turbulent middle east, the Jewish homeland might seem of little importance to the general student population. At the University of Oregon, the student run initiative Quack PAC — a …

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Top 5: News from around the world on Nov. 16

Israel plans to intensify Gaza raids Israel has put 75,000 IDF reserve members on stand-by after Jerusalem was targeted by a rocket for the first time since 1970. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to intensify Israel’s offensive of the Gaza Strip, which has been under an Israeli blockade …

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Top 5: News around the world on Nov. 8

Gabrielle Giffords faces Tucson gunman in court with other victims Jared Loughner has received seven consecutive life terms for last year’s deadly rampage, but in May 2011 his case was put on hold as he was deemed unfit to stand trial. After Loughner went through more than a year of …

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Presentation to discuss 'Arab Spring' and reconciliation in the Middle East

“After the Arab Spring and Protests in Israel: Toward a New Reality in the Middle East,” a guided discussion encouraging understanding and reconciliation in the Holy Land, will be held this afternoon from 3-5 p.m., in the Alumni Lounge at Gerlinger Hall.

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McKivor: Israel-Palestine negotiations should include a two-state solution

There are few issues more divisive than the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Continuing in some form or another for the past 60 years, it is one of the many still-open wounds the British Empire left on the world, and yet the conflict is misunderstood by many here in the U.S.

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