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After Bin Laden, People of Faith Must Transcend Triumphalism
The "people's revolutions" in North America and the Middle East raise stark questions about the U.S. role in the region.
Road Map to Peace - or Destruction?
Three evangelicals on the challenges of Israel-Palestine.
An opening for peace?
Osama and Me
What Falwell and bin Laden have in common.
When Religion Becomes Evil
A propensity toward evil within religious communities always provides warning signs, says Charles Kimball, professor, Baptist minister, and expert analyst on the Middle East.
Is Islam the Enemy?
An Islamic Threat?
Against the media storm of combatting the "Islamic threat"
The Human Face of the Other
Seeking peace in the Middle East
A Push For Peace in the Middle East
The need for face-to-face talks
When a Nation Is Homeless
An interview with Jonathan Kuttab
The Case for Diplomacy
Settling regional disputes in an interdependent world
The Clock is Ticking
A Fading Opportunity for Peace in Palestine
The New Moment
A Look at the Politics and Players in the Middle East
Current U.S. policies are dangerous for the people of Lebanon and all the Middle East.
Unease in Zion
The peace movement in Israel.