Experts discuss U.S. relations with Israel, Palestine at Terps for Israel event
By Jacqueline Chase
Though America’s relationship to the conflict between Israel and Palestine may seem troubling, David Makovsky and Ghaith Al-Omari say there is still hope for the next generation.
Terps for Israel welcomed experts Makovsky and Al-Omari to this university for a discussion of the ...
Professor raises issue of structural inequality in Global Peace Conference speech
By Oyinkansola Awosika
The Bahá’í Chair for World Peace hosted Dr. Sheryl Lightfoot, senior advisor to the president on indigenous affairs at First Nations House of Learning, during its global peace conference last Wednesday.
The Future of Humanity: The Challenge of Global Peace and Security Confere...
Anti-Semitism had its largest ever increase in 2017 in U.S., study shows
By Ben Cooper
The increase in anti-Semitism in the U.S. in 2017 was the highest ever since data was first collected in 1979, according to a new study published by the Anti-Defamation League.
The study, published in February, shows that anti-Semitism increased by 57 percent in 2017 and said incidents in schools and on ...