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Phyllis Chesler Shares Opinion in NY Post

August 02, 2016

In an opinion piece in the New York Post titled “Shouldn’t we first help the Christian victims of Mideast genocide?,” College of Staten Island (CSI) emerita professor Dr. Phyllis Chesler discusses the issue of Christians in today’s Muslim world.

She states in her piece: “As the United States debates how many Mideast refugees to accept and who should get priority, the answer is staring us in the face: Those most in need of refuge are Christians and Yazidis who live among Muslims.”

Dr. Chesler is emerita professor of Psychology and Women’s Studies at CSI and a fellow at the Middle East Forum.

To read the full article, visit the New York Post website.

 

 

 



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