Arab-Americans can use dual role to inform Americans, Arab world

March 3, 2004
Since Sept. 11, 2001, Arab-American and Muslim-American identities have taken on a new meaning. Before the terrorist attacks, Arabs and Muslims in America generally had no difficulty immersing themselves in American waters. Those who had been in the country long enough thought of themselves as “American.” “Muslim” and “Arab” were then merely auxiliary parts of »

Israeli policies will not lead to security

February 3, 2004
As a Palestinian who grew up in the West Bank, I am ceaselessly amazed at the ever-expanding gap between the reality of Israeli military rule over the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and the impressions of that reality created by many vibrant imaginations — imaginations too caught up in narrow political and ideological visions to »