Domenica Ghanem

Domenica Ghanem is a communications assistant at the Institute for Policy Studies.

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"While these connections may be new to some, the activists fighting both against the occupation of Palestine and for Black lives are not strangers to how their struggles are linked." (Photo: Shutterstock) Views
Thursday, June 07, 2018
Why We Should Be Alarmed That Israeli Forces And U.S. Police Are Training Together
Razan al-Najjar is the latest victim in Israel’s onslaught of Palestinians to go viral. The 21-year-old nurse was shot dead by a sniper. Her only weapon? A wad of medical gauze. She’d been treating protestors who’ve been rallying for their right to return to homes they were expelled from as...
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"Insys Therapeutics, a company whose founder was indicted for allegedly bribing doctors to write prescriptions for fentanyl (a substance 50 times stronger than heroin), spent $500,000 to stop marijuana legalization in Arizona in 2016." (Photo: Charles Williams/flikr/cc) Views
Thursday, April 05, 2018
If You Want to Kill Drug Dealers, Start with Big Pharma
At a recent rally in New Hampshire, Donald Trump called for the death penalty for drug traffickers as part of a plan to combat the opioid epidemic in the United States. At a Pennsylvania rally a few weeks earlier, he called for the same. Now his administration is taking steps toward making this...
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Sunday, February 28, 2016
Some Questions for the ‘Expert’ Who Accused Me of ‘Passive Terrorism’
Misogynists have spun the old trope that what women wear is somehow the cause of what men do time and time again. But thanks to the Air Force, Muslim women are now getting a disturbingly refreshing take on the subject. We’re used to getting blamed for the violence of men when we wear too little...
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