Middle East studies in the News from 2001
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College to Fire Palestinian Professor
December 20, 2001 - Associated Press
My country, always wrong
by Jonathan Rosenblum, December 20, 2001 - Jerusalem Post
by Shimon Shamir, December 14, 2001 - Ha'aretz
by Stanley Kurtz, December 3, 2001 - National Review Online
by Franklin Foer, December 3, 2001 - New Republic
The end of the Orientalist critique
by Charles Paul Freund, December 2001 - Reason
Not Academic: The Middle East Studies Association Wards Off Rebukes
by David Tuller, November 29, 2001 - American Prospect
by John J. Miller, November 19, 2001 - National Review
by John J. Miller & Ramesh Ponnuru, November 19, 2001 - National Review
Pro-Israel lobby trying to hijack the hearts and minds of US policy-makers
by George S. Hishmeh, November 17, 2001 - Daily Star (Lebanon)
Terrorism? What Terrorism?!
by Martin Kramer, November 15, 2001 - Wall Street Journal
It's a Volatile, Complex World...
by Eyal Press, November 11, 2001 - New York Times
Middle East-Studies Programs Are Accused of Scholarly Orthodoxy
by D.W. Miller, October 26, 2001 - Chronicle of Higher Education
Panelist becomes terrorist
by Lee Shearer, October 21, 2001 - Athens Georgia Banner-Herald
Ingrid Mattson: What is Islam?
October 18, 2001 - CNN
Why Do They Hate Us?
by Robert Tracinski, October 1, 2001 - MediaLink - Ayn Rand Institute
Palestinian Professor Tests Limits of Liberty in U.S. During a Decade of Islamic Activism
by Jonathan Kaufman, October 1, 2001 - Wall Street Journal
Reporters Asked to Handle 'Islamic' Jargon with Care
by Larry Witham, September 24, 2001 - The Washington Times
Osgoode Hall apologizes for anti-Islam article
by Adrian Humphreys, May 1, 2001 - National Post
Toufiq Lectures On "Modern Speech in Orthodox Islam"
March 2001 - Harvard Divinity School