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Posts Tagged: palestine
Arguments about divestment on campus have shut out all but the loudest voices.
No vote on U of C Divest’s resolution.
J Street UChicago is opposed to the resolution recently introduced by UofC Divest. We are unabashedly pro-Israel, pro-peace, and pro-Palestinian…. Read more »
Palestinians today face a comprehensive system of occupation, dispossession, and segregation—in short, apartheid. Their cities are bombed, resources stolen, children… Read more »
U of C Divest is acting in response to the “Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions” movement.
“We must realize that there needs to be a broader dialogue on campus between…all individuals invested in this issue.”
“Unlike Israel’s leaders of the past, Netanyahu is not even putting on a show. Israel’s government doesn’t even try to claim it’s going for a two-state solution.”
“Stabbing Jews for Peace” flyers among other anti-Palestine posting violations.
On October 5, Abdulrahman Shadi Obeidallah was shot in the chest with a live round by an Israeli soldier near… Read more »
On posters all throughout campus, Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) claim that the Israeli military murdered Esra’ Zidan Abed… Read more »
Activist author and professor Sarah Schulman (X ’80) spoke against the “pinkwashing” of the Israeli presence in the West Bank… Read more »
Boycotts, divestment, and sanctions against Israel would wrongly punish a nation that is far from an apartheid state.
Columnist’s approach to historicizing the tension that grips Israel and Palestine is selective and lacking in nuance.
Though Israel supports the LGBTQ community, we cannot condone its oppression of Palestinians based solely on its progressivism.
The progressive policies of Israel’s government are in line with the broader views of activists that dismiss it as an apartheid state.
The founder of J Street says American mediation is necessary for peace.
In response to “Panelists discuss one-state, two-state solutions” (March 8).
Second Israel-Palestine talk in two weeks gets heated during discussion.
In demonstration against American-Israeli speaker, Students for Justice in Palestine rejected UChicago’s tradition of open dialogue.
Some of the protesters faced their chairs away in the middle of the talk and one student continuously interrupted until being escorted out of the room.
Political theorists, including UChicago professors Bernard Harcourt and John Mearsheimer, discussed social movements in Palestine and the United States at I-House on Tuesday night.
Hamas, driven by an aggressive ideology, threatens Israel with rocket attacks and places innocent Palestinians in danger.
Like civil rights and anti-apartheid activists before them, Palestine’s advocates must choose action over so-called moderation.
Op-ed by Students for Justice in Palestine perpetuates radicalization of Israel-Palestine debate.
The recent conflict in the Middle East is the latest in a string of indignities suffered by the people of Gaza.
Students partnered with advocacy organization to strategize against TIAA-CREF investments.
Modern Arab Studies professor talks about the lingering and potential future effects of Arab Spring on Palestine.
Blumenthal shines a light on Israeli human rights abuses during a lecture in Stuart Hall.
Ledeen proposes a return to Marshall Plan tactics to address the Iranian nuclear armament question.
I am writing to express my concern about The Maroon’s journalistic integrity in tackling the Israel-Palestine issue. How can the… Read more »
Panelist and journalist Ali Abunimah (A.M. ’95) argued that the Palestinian perspective is unwelcome on college campuses.
Using fake eviction notices and staging a checkpoint, the tactics used by Students for Justice in Palestine were designed to shock.
While important, Israel-Palestine conflict should not monopolize discourse
Israeli government officials and academics discussed policies to end the Israeli-Palestine conflict and impediments to a political settlement of the conflict at a two-day panel Thursday and Friday in Rockefeller Chapel.