Peanut Khadr’s ‘Conflict Resolution’ From Behind the Gharqad Tree

Beats me why any Jew would give this crotchety old fart  the light of day, but I suspect that Khadr’s siren song of “conflict resolution” sounds so good that they just can’t resist its lure.

The story made The New York Times:

When editors of The Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution, a scholarly publication from the Benjamin N. Cardozo Law School, decided to bestow this year’s International Advocate for Peace award on former President Jimmy Carter, they sought to honor his decades as a mediator and humanitarian. But in the process, they ignited a sizable conflict of their own.

From the Elder of Ziyon:

In other news:

UNRWA reopens in Gaza, re-closes in Rafah, can’ t stop blaming Israel

Five days after it shut down all services in Gaza because of safety concerns, UNRWA announced that it would re-open its offices today.

Of course, even though Israel had nothing to do with this, UNRWA still had to throw in a false accusation against Israel in its  press release

If you don’t know what a Gharqad tree is, you need to read the Hamas charter.

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