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VIEWPOINT: Call for a Humanitarian Ceasefire

VIEWPOINT: Call for a Humanitarian Ceasefire

By Saeed Samra February 8, 2024

Four months after the tragic events of Oct. 7, Israel continues its siege on Gaza, one of the most densely populated areas in the world, with its aggressive assaults. Home to about 2.2 million people...

Security Professors Discuss Hamas Terrorist Attacks, Aftermath

Security Professors Discuss Hamas Terrorist Attacks, Aftermath

By Riley Flynn November 30, 2023

Georgetown University’s Center for Security Studies (CSS) hosted two security studies professors for a Nov. 27 discussion about their views on the latest developments regarding the Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist...

Senator, 2024 Presidential Candidate Tim Scott Discusses Israel-Hamas War on Campus

By Aamir Jamil October 22, 2023

See the bottom of this article for more resources. Senator Tim Scott (R-S.C.) criticized President Joe Biden’s handling of the Israel-Hamas war while speaking to campus community members on campus,...

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...

Michelle Xu

In Qatar, SFS Subject to Brutal Regime

By Ari Goldstein October 3, 2014

Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service operates a satellite campus in an oppressive Middle Eastern dictatorship. Funded by oil money and corrupt sheikhs, Georgetown University effectively...

MAIN: Speaking Up on Israels Occupation

MAIN: Speaking Up on Israel’s Occupation

By Hunter Main September 15, 2014

Within the House and the Senate, unwavering support for Israel and its actions is as monolithic a political opinion as they come. Although the United States gives Israel more money than it gives any...

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...


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....


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...


With Hamas at the Helm, A Fearful Future

By Nitzan Gabai July 16, 2014

I look back at the past few weeks I spent in Israel and the West Bank in both awe and frustration. Amid visits to Ramallah and Bethlehem, I managed to reconvene with family and spend time with my new baby...


Israel’s Crisis of Ethics, Masked by Politics

By Leila Shebaro July 15, 2014

In mid-May, two Palestinian boys were killed by Israeli security forces during demonstrations in the West Bank. Although video footage shows the demonstrations as non-threatening, not a peep was heard...

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