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  1. A Pro-Hamas Left Emerges
  2. The Muslim Rape of Christian Nuns
  3. In Academia, Hiring Token Jews
  4. From the Ashes of Iraq: Mesopotamia Rises Again
  5. Why Arabs Lose Wars

 

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