In debate over Israel, stereotypes are true enemy

January 10, 2005 • 0
As the debate surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict continues to touch nerves and ignite passions on college campuses nationwide, safeguarding academic freedom becomes an increasingly important priority. A few months ago, Richard Brodhead upheld a decision allowing the controversial Palestine Solidarity Movement to hold a conference at Duke University, citing an obligation to First Amendment rights »

New view could aid Palestinians

January 29, 2004 • 0
Two weeks ago, a Palestinian mother of two young children approached the Erez crossing in northern Gaza. Feigning a limp and shedding tears, she pleaded to enter the checkpoint for medical assistance. Capitalizing on a sympathetic guard’s grant of mercy, she detonated the explosives attached to her body moments after being permitted entry, killing four »