James J. Zogby is the president of the Arab American Institute.
Comment: Normalising relations with Israel merely emboldens the occupiers to consolidate their annexation of Palestinian land, writes James J. Zogby.
Comment: The move shows the US no longer sees Palestinians as a separate people deserving of their own direct access to the US, writes James J. Zogby.
Comment: The effort to conflate criticism of Israel with anti-Semitism silences debate, and distracts from the effort to root out real anti-Semitism, writes James J. Zogby.
Comment: Trump used the lure of the two-state solution in an attempt to make news, but failed miserably, writes James J. Zogby.
Comment: In threatening to take the Palestinian right of return off the table, Trump is aligning himself with some of Israel's worst human rights abuses, writes James J. Zogby.
Comment: The 1988 Democratic Convention was the first time we openly debated Palestine, and holds some important lessons for us today, writes James J. Zogby.
Comment: For Arab Americans, suffering demeaning discrimination as they try to travel to visit their relatives is nothing new, writes James Zogby.
Comment: James J. Zogby takes stock of forty years of campaigning for Palestinian rights, and discusses reasons to believe we might finally be turning a corner.
Comment: We can only imagine what the Middle East would be like, if 15 years ago the US hadn't engaged in the foolish war in Iraq, writes James J. Zogby.
Comment: The Irish senate's bill to bar Israeli goods produced in the occupied Palestinian territories sets an example to the rest of Europe, writes James J. Zogby.