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Ami Isseroff, D.Sc, is a Middle East analyst and director of MidEastWeb for Coexistence and Webmaster of www.mideastweb.org, Middle East - by MidEastWeb. He also edits and co-edits other Web sites and Web logs including Zionism & Israel,  ZioNation, Israel: Like this, as if  and Middle East Analysis. He lives in Rehovot, Israel and in the United States.

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Tuesday, July 17, 2007 (3 comments)     

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Bush Push on Israeli Palestinian Peace: New Hope? We all hope that these moves will rekindle a real peace process, but hoping is not enough. Even if all these ex-terrorists become loyal servants of law and order, and even if the Israeli government makes a good and honest peace offer, there is still the Hamas to be reckoned with in Gaza. The PNA wants to start discussing a final settlement, but the PNA can't really offer anything in return, as they do not control...

Thursday, June 28, 2007 (4 comments)     

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Review: The Truth About Syria The Truth about Syria, Told by Barry Rubin, is not pleasant. You need to know about it.

Monday, June 4, 2007 (11 comments)     

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Boycotts versus Middle East peace Israel boycott initiatives are not motivated by the desire to promote conflict resolution. They are part of a campaign to destroy a member state of the U.N.