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Avishai Don is a senior at Harvard University concentrating in Social Studies (with a focus in the Arab-Israeli conflict), and a secondary in Modern Middle Eastern Studies. He is an op-ed columnist and member of the editorial board of The Harvard Crimson, as well as the current co-chair and former gabbai of the Harvard Hillel Orthodox Minyan. Avishai has previously worked for the Shalem Center and the Middle East Media Research Institute, both in Jerusalem, and hopes to attend law school after graduation.

ARTICLES BY: Avishai Don


February 10, 2012 10:18 am
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The Forgotten Christians

This Saturday marks the one-year anniversary of Hosni Mubarak's resignation, and the Harvard University Institute of Politics marked the occasion last week with...

January 27, 2012 11:54 am
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Understanding the BDS Movement

Next weekend, the University of Pennsylvania will host the second national BDS conference, an event that will advocate for the "growing global campaign to boycott,...

Features

Will Palestinian Energy Feud Spark Surge in Violence Against Israel?

JNS.org - The long-running feud between Hamas and Fatah has led to a deepening...

‘Love of Christians’ Touted as Strategic Asset for Israel at Major Policy Conference

JNS.org - The strategic importance of Christian Zionism was highlighted...

Memory of Greek Jewish Metropolis Endures at New Holocaust Museum

JNS.org - Last week’s visit by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, to Thessaloniki, Greece, marked the construction...

Israel

Israel Denies UNESCO Team Access to Hebron Ahead of Vote on Holy Sites

Israel has refused to allow a team from UNESCO to visit Hebron ahead of a vote on whether to include the Old City of the flashpoint West Bank town on...

Middle East

Iran’s President Rouhani Rejects Qatar ‘Siege’ by Arab Na...

Iran's president Hassan Rouhani has told the Qatari Emir that the "siege of Qatar is not acceptable for us," according...

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