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Shahrouz Sean Khalifian is a student at California State University, Long Beach, studying history and journalism. He vehemently supports fair and impartial journalism, and he hopes to use his background in history, as well as his talent as a writer, to achieve this.

ARTICLES BY: Shahrouz Khalifian


April 27, 2012 11:47 am
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The Spanish Inquisition and the Spread of Conversos in the Americas

A road trip down to the Mexican-American border would yield much of what you would expect -- miles of endless and vacant deserts, a compelling...

Culture

Remembering a Military Photographer — and a Forgotten Israeli Hero

JNS.org - On Israel’s Memorial Day earlier this month, the family and friends...

Now Museum Pieces, Yiddish Typewriters Tell the Story of a Once-Vibrant Culture

Not long after the first models appeared on the market in the 1870s, the typewriter...

Features

Abraham Foxman Talks Antisemitism, BDS, and Mel Gibson

Abraham Foxman is the National Director Emeritus of the Anti-Defamation League and a Holocaust survivor. He is the author of...

Israel’s Information War Is as Important as Its Military One

In recent months, the Israeli defense establishment has made increasing use of “information...

Next Israeli Government Could Soon Face New Iranian Terrorist Challenges

In Saturday's early hours, when the attention of most Israelis was focused on...

World

Iran’s Foreign Minister: US Troop Move to Middle East Dangerous for I...

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Saturday that the US decision to deploy more troops to the Middle...

Israel

Qatar Says Economic Conditions for Israeli-Palestinian Peace Require ‘...

Qatar said on Friday that economic development needed for Israeli-Palestinian peace could not be achieved without "fair political solutions" acceptable...

Middle East

Iraqi Protesters Urge Baghdad to Stay Out of US-Iran Showdown

Thousands of supporters of a populist Iraqi Shi'ite Muslim cleric urged political and factional leaders on Friday to stay out of any conflict between Baghdad's two biggest allies, Iran and...

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