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Sofi Dippel/The Hoya | Several hundred Georgetown students and faculty protested an event held by Campus Ministry Feb. 27 that featured three members of the Israel Defense Force.

Israeli Soldiers Panel Sparks Student, Faculty Protests

By Catherine Alaimo, Lauren Doherty and Jack Willis, Senior News Editors and Executive Editor February 29, 2024

CW: This article discusses violence and death in Israel and Gaza, as well as antisemitism. Please refer to the end of the article for on- and off-campus resources. Students and faculty groups gathered...

Nearly two dozen pro-Palestinian demonstrators were arrested for blocking D.C. traffic while demanding a cease-fire and an end to Israeli attacks on Gaza at a Feb. 1 protest.
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Police Arrest Protestors Calling for Ceasefire in Gaza for Blocking DC Roads

By Song Lim, Special to The Hoya February 9, 2024

Police arrested nearly two dozen pro-Palestinian demonstrators for blocking traffic in Washington, D.C. while demanding a ceasefire and an end to Israeli attacks on Gaza at a Feb. 1 protest.   Twenty-three...

Georgetown Community Members Organize Day of Solidarity With Gaza

Georgetown Community Members Organize Day of Solidarity With Gaza

By Aamir Jamil, GUSA Desk Editor February 2, 2024

Over 100 Georgetown University students and workers attended vigils Jan. 26 as part of a day of solidarity to commemorate those killed in Gaza. Georgetown University Medical Students for Palestine (GUMS4Palestine),...

Georgetown Students Organize Rally, Fundraisers for Awareness and Humanitarian Aid in Gaza

Georgetown Students Organize Rally, Fundraisers for Awareness and Humanitarian Aid in Gaza

By Ranee Brady and Aamir Jamil November 3, 2023

In a wave of student activism, members of the Georgetown University community have staged walkouts and organized fundraisers to call attention to the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Gaza. Since the...

Professor Talks Israeli-Palestinian Tensions

By Christian Paz January 22, 2016

Professor of Middle East Studies at Sciences Po, Paris School of International Affairs Jean-Pierre Filiu stressed necessary measures that both Palestinians and Israelis should take in order to pacify current...

Protesters met at the Sabra Hummus House, a pop-up hummus restaurant on Wisconsin Avenue, to protest the company’s support of the Israeli army.

Protest Targets Sabra’s Israel Support

By Maureen Tabet October 24, 2014

A group of protesters gathered outside the Sabra Hummus House pop-up shop on Wisconsin Avenue NW Monday evening to protest the company owners’ support of the Golani brigade of the Israeli army, in a...

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Students lit candles in memory of the victims of the Israel-Palestine conflict at a vigil on Thursday night.

Vigil Honors Victims of Israel-Palestine Conflict

By Ashley Miller October 3, 2014

In commemoration of the lives lost during this summer’s conflict between Israel and Hamas, J Street U Georgetown hosted an apolitical candlelight vigil in Red Square in an attempt to humanize the...

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SFS professor Yvonne Haddad, who signed the Israel boycott.

13 Professors Boycott Israeli Universities

By Katherine Richardson September 16, 2014

After receiving 13 professors’ signatures, Georgetown has become the most-represented university involved in the American Studies Association’s boycott of Israeli academic institutions since the...

Amid Regional Instability, Jordan Remains Secure

By Molly Simio August 6, 2014

AMMAN, Jordan — As tensions mounted in the Levant this summer, 14 Georgetown students participated in the Office of Global Education’s inaugural Summer in Amman, Jordan, program. Shortly after...

Coping with Conflict in Israel

Coping with Conflict in Israel

By Jessica Tannenbaum and Jessica Tannenbaum July 24, 2014

“Would you like your drinks before or after we go to the bomb shelter?” With unwavering calm, a waitress coolly inquired after our drink orders as incoming rocket fire compelled us to flee our oceanside...

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Through Different Lenses: Israel, Hamas and Gaza

By Contributors July 16, 2014

Shortly after the militant group Hamas and the Fatah-led Palestinian Authority agreed to form a unitary government, the kidnapping and subsequent murder of three Israeli teenagers triggered tensions....

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Undermining Hamas Through Moderation

By Elijah Jatovsky July 16, 2014

“The prospects for an agreement are real. The potential for a breakthrough is possible.” With recent developments in Israel and Gaza, these words, which I heard spoken by former U.S. Ambassador...

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