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DePaul College Republicans and Jewish students come together to discuss Zionism

DePaul College Republicans and Jewish students come together to discuss Zionism

Mackenzie Murtaugh, News Editor

June 3, 2019

The DePaul College Republicans and Jewish students came together Tuesday, May 28 to dive deep into the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian debate and recent occurrences regarding it on campus. The College Republicans were represented by Nick Gricus, the organization’s current president, and John Minster, former...

Student groups demand apology after professor’s ‘Islamophobic’ article

Student groups demand apology after professor’s ‘Islamophobic’ article

Benjamin Conboy, Editor-in-Chief

April 22, 2019

An ethics professor who is no stranger to controversy has found himself once again in the firing line of upset students following the publication of a recent op-ed in which he argues that Israel “has the moral right” to annex all of the West Bank and strip Arabs living in Israel of their right to vo...

Netanyahu wins, quashes hopes for new beginning

Netanyahu wins, quashes hopes for new beginning

Brita Hunegs, Contributing Writer

April 15, 2019

Israelis went to bed Tuesday night wondering if the reign of their four-term Prime Minister might be falling into slumber, too. But by the time the sun rose on Wednesday, it was clear that Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu was, once again, rising with it. The Prime Minister’s main opponent was Benny ...

Palestinian stabs American-Israeli man to death

Mahmoud Illean, Associated Press

September 17, 2018

Nation & World Brief: September 17 A Palestinian assailant on Sunday fatally stabbed an Israeli settler outside a busy mall in the West Bank. The victim was identified as Ari Fuld, a U.S.-born activist who was well-known in the local settler community and an outspoken Israel advocate on soc...

Protest over deaths in Gaza held outside Arts and Letters building

Protest over deaths in Gaza held outside Arts and Letters building

Matthew Paras

September 30, 2014

   (Amanda Crane/The DePaulia)   A 10-minute protest was held outside the Arts and Letters building Tuesday from multiple student groups, calling for DePaul to divest in multinational corporations and for the violence to stop in Gaza against Palestinians. Read More »...

Ceasefire rejected, Egypt leads mediation

Megan Deppen

July 16, 2014

Egypt remains at the forefront of mediating a Palestinian-Israeli ceasefire after the first ceasefire attempt was officially rejected by Hamas leaders today. According to a press release by the Israeli Defense Ministry, the Israeli government ceased fire at 9 a.m. Tuesday, and in the span of six hours, 50 rockets we...

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