DC thinktanks offer program on Christian Zionism and Islamophobia

 

On Wednesday, October 24, 2012, the International Council for Middle East Studies, a three-year-old Washington think tank, will co-host a session on the seldom discussed, often misunderstood issue of Christian Zionism and its relationship to Islamophobia, at the House of Representatives Visitors Center on Capitol Hill. In coordination with the Council for the National Interest, the event, entitled “Christian Zionism Views Islam: Cultural, Theological, and Political Perspectives,” will offer three intersecting perspectives on the role, function, and meaning of U.S. Christian support for Zionism and the pro-Israel Lobby. [read more]

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New Middle East Studies Think Tank Formed

 

Washington, D.C. – The International Council for Middle East Studies, Inc. (ICMES), has been established to study Middle East issues. It has been incorporated in the State of Connecticut as a not for profit organization. [read more]

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