Tag Archives: Palestine

Column: With New COVID Critique, How Would Palestinian Leaders Govern Their Own State?

The Palestinian Authority, which administers limited public services in Israel’s territories, is now accused by its own people of distributing Covid-19 vaccines to the privileged at the expense of needy Palestinians. Such an allegation should make one wonder how the Palestinians will govern their own independent state.

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Looming: The GOP’s Anti-Squad

A Republican “Squad” has much potential to counter Democratic representatives who have been operating a four-woman faction known as the Squad for the last two years, but the Republicans’ comments already suggest that they will overreach, threatening to transform extremists among Democrats into political martyrs.

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Join Love and Justice Circle Monday 5/4

Lemon Tree Boulder and J Street Boulder invite you to participate in a dialog around bringing love and justice to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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CU Boulder Welcomes Middle East Historian for Annual Israel/Palestine Studies Lecture

The Program in Jewish Studies and cosponsors welcome Middle East historian Professor Sheila H. Katz for the second annual Israel/Palestine Studies Professorship Annual Lecture at the University of Colorado Boulder.

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Israelis And Palestinians Working To Repair The Environment

SIPP will be hosting an informational and fundraising event on Thursday evening, August 13. The event will feature Liora Meron, Israeli architect and planner, and Eric Lombardi, former executive director of Boulder's Eco-Cycle.

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