No Jihad in Gaza, Says George Washington U's Nathan Brown
Middle East studies has declined to the point that when a president of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA) downplays the terrorism behind Hamas, few notice. One person who did was Andrew Harrod, who reports today at Jihad Watch
on a recent lecture given by MESA president Nathan Brown:
Current Middle East Studies Association (MESA) president and George Washington University political science professor Nathan Brown downplayed Hamas's long history of terrorism on July 23 at the anti-Israel Jerusalem Fund think tank in Washington, DC. He and others on a panel titled "Gaza in Context: Broader Implications in the Palestinian Plight" claimed that the Islamic supremacism of Hamas and, increasingly, the Palestinian Authority (PA) is mere nationalism before an audience of forty.
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