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Entrenched Antisemitism Among Imams Serving US Muslim Communities Needs to Be Challenged, Scholar Tells Major Conference

"I was wrong," said Mohammed Al-Azdee, with disarming candor. An associate professor of communication theory at Bridgeport University in Connecticut, the Iraqi-born Al-Azdee was speaking to...

Culture

Portugal Opens Inquiry Into Roman Abramovich’s Citizenship

The Portuguese authority responsible for nationality matters has opened an internal inquiry into the granting of citizenship to billionaire Chelsea...

World

University of Arizona, Florida State University End MESA Ties Amid Israel B...

Florida State University and an academic center at the University of Arizona have declined to renew membership in the Middle...

Israel

Israeli Police Under Fire Over Reported Use of Pegasus to Hack Israelis

Israel's parliament will seek an explanation from police over the force's reported use of a controversial hacking tool against citizens of the country, a senior legislator said on Tuesday. Without citing...

Middle East

US Imposes Sanctions on Hezbollah-Linked Businessmen in Lebanon

The United States on Tuesday imposed sanctions on three businessmen with ties to Hezbollah, saying their activity as financial facilitators for the Iran-backed group was exploiting Lebanon's economic resources at...

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