Campus Watch Fellow Andrew Harrod reports on a Carnegie Endowment for International Peace event in DC, at which "the panelists' refusal to consider the just concept of an Israel victory typifies the diplomatic establishment's atrophied thinking" and consigns "future Palestinian generations to more misery." His article appears at the Algemeiner.
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At a September 18 Washington, DC, panel discussion hosted by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Lebanese journalist Joyce Karam enthusiastically deemed a report on Israeli-Palestinian peace "honest and out of the box" and "refreshing." Yet only individuals in the audience of about 100 with longstanding hostility to Israel, such as Tom Getman, Edmund Ghareeb, and Benjamin Tua, could have shared her unfounded euphoria over the report's hackneyed contents.