Archive For The “Arab World Politics” Category

Arab Youth Survey raises some serious concerns

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Arab Youth Survey raises some serious concerns

Arab Youth Survey raises some serious concerns A study by one of the world’s largest PR companies, Burson-Marsteller, of Arab young people in 16 countries in the Levant, Gulf and North Africa offers disturbing insight into the regional concerns and the powerful influence of the mainstream Western news media. Not surprisingly, the further away Arab…

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Video: el-Sisi defends re-election in face of international criticism

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Video: el-Sisi defends re-election in face of international criticism

Video: el-Sisi defends re-election in face of international criticism Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Saeed Hussein Khalil el-Sisi was re-elected to a second term as President of Egypt. The 6th elected President of Egypt, el-Sisi was elected to office in 2014 following a military coup he led that removed President Mohamed Morsi from office the previous year…

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Invoking God’s affiliation in Mideast conflicts

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Invoking God’s affiliation in Mideast conflicts

Invoking God’s affiliation in Mideast conflicts A close look at the tenuous relationship between Lebanon and Hezbollah. Hezbollah is neither a unique “state-within-a-state” phenomenon in the region nor the only entity proclaiming to be a “Party of God”.  One can see analogous dynamics in Israel settlers’ movement. By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz In Arabic “Hezbollah” stands for…

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Arabs should suspend contacts with Israel until Israel recognizes Palestine

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Arabs should suspend contacts with Israel until Israel recognizes Palestine

Arabs should suspend contacts with Israel until Israel recognizes Palestine The primary stumbling block to the establishment of a Palestine State and achieving Middle East peace is the weak leadership of the Arab World and their fear of standing up to Israel’s government extremism. Despite the Arab World’s public rhetoric and criticism of Israel’s government…

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Six years on from a revolution, the startup scene in Tunisia thrives

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Six years on from a revolution, the startup scene in Tunisia thrives

Six years on from their revolution, what is it like starting a business in the new Tunisia? Today, the startup scene in Tunisia.  By: Kerning Cultures In 2011, against all odds, Tunisia’s revolution successfully overthrew the dictatorial regime of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and sparked the beginning of the historic Arab Spring. Now, in 2017,…

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The Battle for Jerusalem: The Struggle for Justice, Truth and Liberty

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The Battle for Jerusalem: The Struggle for Justice, Truth and Liberty

“In Our Hands: The Battle for Jerusalem,” is a docudrama produced by the Christian Broadcasting Network/CBN which made over $1.6 million on its first day premiering in 733 cinemas. Gordon Robertson, the CEO of CBN said he hoped the movie would “point people toward God and start a conversation about Middle Eastern foreign policy.” “The…

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