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ISIS Destruction of Antiques an Opportunity for Education, Say Archaeologists

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Texas A&M Middle East Expert Gives Analysis On Murder Of Three Muslim College Students in NC

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Due Process Abuses In Egypt Strengthen Extremist Groups Like ISIS, Says Texas A&M Law Prof

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Experts with the King Fahd Center for Middle East Studies Available to Comment on the Death of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia and the Political Crisis in Yemen

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Immigration, Taxes, National Security, Jobs and the Economy: Experts Needed on Obama's State of the Union Tuesday

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The IDF Has Killed Hezbollah Fighters in Syria Yesterday, Sources Say. We Offer Excellent Experts That Can Relate to the Event

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Foreign Policy and Middle Eastern Politics Expert Available to Talk About How Traditional Enemies May Help Limit Violence

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Another ISIS Atrocity - NSU Home to Expert on the Middle East, Islamic Fundamentalism and Religious Extremism Available for Media Working Stories

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ISIS - Who They Are; What They Want; How to Stop Them - Dustin Berna, Ph.D.

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Iran Gets Lessons in Media Literacy From Ithaca College Experts

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It may be one of the last places in the world you’d expect to be interested in learning how to develop skills in critical thinking and media analysis. But when academics and researchers in Iran decided they needed help with that effort, they turned to Ithaca College’s Cyndy Scheibe and Chris Sperry of Project Look Sharp.