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Oberlin After Joy Karega

In February of 2016, Oberlin professor Joy Karega made headlines for the antisemitic conspiracy theories she posted on Facebook. Nearly nine months later, after much hand-wringing about free speech, she was fired. But Oberlin’s problem with antisemitism neither started nor ended with Joy Karega. Karega was only a symptom of...

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Fact Checking Omar Barghouti

Omar Barghouti did not speak at Stanford University earlier this quarter. Neither did he deliver his talk in real time over Skype. Instead, the sponsors of the event — Stanford Students for Justice in Palestine and Jewish Voices for Peace — streamed a pre-recorded, and presumably, pre-vetted, video of Barghouti...

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Cairo International Airport’s New Policy

On Monday, Cairo International Airport officials started to enforce a new policy, requiring that Syrian nationals obtain a visa before entering Cairo. They then refused to allow a Syrian Airlines flight to land, and asked them to fly back to Latakia. Egypt Independent reporter Al-Masry Al-Youm stated in his article that, “Syrian...

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