Lebanon Drops All Pretense of Independence from Hizballah

Jan. 28 2020

Following the 2018 elections, Lebanon had a pro-Hizballah Christian president, and the Iran-backed terrorist group and its allies held a majority in the parliament and cabinet. Formally, the ruling coalition included both pro-Iranian and pro-Western groups. But the new government, announced last week, is very different. Jonathan Spyer explains:

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More about: Hizballah, Iran, Lebanon, Second Lebanon War

 

Qatar’s Unreported Donations to American Universities May Feed Campus Anti-Zionism

Feb. 25 2020

On February 12, the Department of Education announced that it suspects Harvard and Yale of failing to report millions of dollars received from China, Iran, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and elsewhere. The department has also accused several other schools of similar violations, and one professor has been arrested in the course of the investigation. Meanwhile, the Institute for the Study of Global Anti-Semitism and Policy has for years been researching Middle Eastern countries’ donations to American institutions of higher education, and believes there is a connection between these donations, especially those from Qatar, and campus anti-Semitism:

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More about: Anti-Semitism, Israel on campus, Qatar, University